To empower people to speak openly about death, and to make the decisions necessary for each individual’s end of life care and wishes.
To companion the dying and bereaved with the highest quality of care.
To advocate for clients and their loved ones.
To personalize each encounter specifically to your values, beliefs, and wishes, to the best of my ability.
To educate the community about death, dying, and grief, and what an End of Life Doula can provide to the community.
To hold space for those who need it.
To not judge based on medical condition, sexual orientation, or spiritual beliefs.
To serve clients and their loved ones with honesty, compassion, and professionalism.
To continue learning and growing in my profession.
I adhere to the End of Life Doula Association of Canada’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.