BECOME A MEMBER OF LIFESPAN DOULAS

As a member, you will become part of a supportive community of end-of-life doulas and others interested in ensuring holistic quality of care for the dying and their loved ones. We will mentor you and take an active interest as you explore how to bring your support services to your community.  Join today!

Benefits of Membership

COST: $75 Annual

Mentoring / Webinars

Mentoring is provided via our private EOLD Member Facebook group and bi-monthly webinars. All webinars are recorded; join the live, interactive session or watch later at your convenience.

Available recorded webinars include:

  • Creating an Effective Doula Contract
  • Staying Out of Trouble with the IRS
  • Forming an End-of-Life Doula Collective
  • Self-Publishing for Doulas: Why & How To
  • The Who, What, Why, When & How of Doula Work

Referrals for Your Services

All members receive an enhanced listing in our End-of-Life Doula Directory (a $50 value in itself!). We regularly receive requests for end-of-life doula services and prioritize referrals to members through the Directory and via our EOLD Members Facebook group.

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COMING UP ~ Our 2020 FALL SCHEDULE

December 8 (Tuesday 7-8pm EST)

Riding the Rollercoaster of Grief

Our featured speaker is Kathleen Putnam who will be doing a presentation on her work related to grief coaching. Kathleen has recently completed training with Amy Wright Glenn, the author of the book, “Holding Space.” Kathleen will share ideas on how doulas can support clients and families as they walk through their experience of grief. As we approach the Holiday season, grief may be heightened as families come together for the first time without one of their beloved family members who have died.

Kathleen Putnam is the founder and owner of NutritionWorks, a telehealth, and face-to-face nutrition coaching service located in Seattle. She is a master's prepared dietitian, a student and professional mentor, and a behavior change coach.

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Stay in touch and we'll help keep your finger on the pulse of the end-of-life doula movement.