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End of Life

It is a privilege to work with dying people and the people who love them. Here are some of the ways I approach this work.


My primary focus is on:

  • Pain
  • Isolation
  • Confusion


My work is to advocate for families and individuals to create the results below.

Pain


There should be no pain. If pain is present it must be addressed first. Medical advancement has made huge changes in this area. Pain can be managed in many more ways then ever before in our history. If pain is present a conversation with the physician should take place and a management structure worked out.

Isolation


We should never feel alone. We need loving and caring people around us with a manageable and sustainable care-plan for themselves as well.

Confusion


Illness or not, this is our life. We have the right to understand what is happening and what is coming next to the best of the ability of those around us. Information is the tool to keep us capable and free from unnecessary concern.

On the Road to Recovery

Counseling for people with trauma and grief…

Approaching the end of our life is never easy. I have worked with dying people days, weeks and months before their death. When the end of our life becomes clear a shift will often take place. This shift is always toward the present moment. We can become acutely aware of ourselves, of others and of everything in the environment. With this shift often comes a sense of deep peacefulness. It does not mean we will not have pain again or even feel sadness. All it means is we have come to understand a significant piece of our humanity and our connection to others. It is an experience of the sacred.

Our death is one of the most important events of our lives. We can approach it with more understanding, less fear and a deep connection to the people and aspects of life we hold most dear.