Pathways to End-of-Life Doula Certification—November 2020 Newsletter

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November 2020 NewsletterView this email in your browser End-of-Life Doula Training & Certification~ Supporting life’s final transition ~ Become an End-of-Life Doula!The Doula Business Guideby Patty Brennan Have you completed EOLD training but are not yet certified? We have a streamlined process tailored to your needs. You have two options:If you trained with Lifespan Doulas prior…

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An End-of-Life Doula Interview—Webinar Recording

The Who, What, Why, When, and How of Doula Work In this webinar, our new Director of Continuing Education, Bonnie Blachly interviews Kathy Bates about her work as an end-of-life doula, including how she got started and how she gets clients. Kathy is the owner of Compassionate End-of-Life Doula in the Seattle area. 

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A legacy project—August 2020 Newsletter

Keeping HOPE alive (on COVID-19 and silver linings …) Let me encourage you to stay flexible in your thinking. The need for our services as end-of-life doulas remains strong. Read the newsletter for some questions we can ask ourselves when adaptation is required. Also, doulas in the news; end-of-life doula training updates (online programs are…

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Forming an End-of-Life Doula Collective—Webinar Recording

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Presentation by members of Gentle Passage Doula Collective in Seattle, WA, hosted by Patty Brennan   This very informative webinar showcases the collaboration of a group of women who have come together in the Seattle area to offer a blanket of end-of-life services to families. Members share the story of how they came together, the…

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Mother’s Day Musings on Loss—May 2020 Newsletter

May 2020 NewsletterView this email in your browser End-of-Life Doula Training & Certification~ Supporting life’s final transition ~ Learn about member benefits. Become a Member Today!The Doula Business Guideby Patty Brennan A challenging time … I have my own version of COVID-19 challenges and luckily they have not, so far, involved getting sick or losing a loved…

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Pandemic Care Guide—April 2020 Newsletter

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Spring Changes  The changes and uncertainty we are all dealing with today are very challenging. And yet Spring always brings the promise of new life, with the dull grey winter behind us, and the emerging green and yellow (those colors we Michigan folks’ souls are yearning for) to cheer us. There is opportunity here ……

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