INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN END-OF-LIFE DOULA? Our live webinar will answer all your questions!

Do you have questions about becoming an end-of-life doula? Join our Top 5 Questions about Becoming an End-of-Life Doula free monthly interactive webinar and get your questions answered. At a minimum, we will address the following questions. Bring your questions, too! Don't want to wait? Watch videos of past sessions below!

  • What is an end-of-life doula and what do they do?
  • Who can become an end-of-life doula?
  • What is the difference between an end-of-life doula and a hospice volunteer?
  • What is our training like and is certification necessary?
  • How do I get started on my path?

Top 5 Questions about Becoming an End-of-Life Doula


Monthly interactive webinar explores the role of the end-of-life doula, type of services provided, the training and certification process, income potential, how to get started on your path and more. Get your questions answered. Our next webinar is Tuesday, August 16, from 7:30–8:30pm Eastern Daylight Savings Time (EDT).


How does it work?

After registering, you will receive an email with instructions for joining the webinar. The morning of the webinar, we will send you a reminder email. In order to fully participate, you will need to have a camera enabled on your computer and also audio. You can also simply call in with a phone. Before the call you might find it helpful to review our FAQ about becoming an end-of-life doula below.

In a hurry? Can't join us live?

Watch a recording of a recent webinar now and let us know if you have any questions that we did not address. Here are two recent webinars. The first 25 mins or so of each will be very similar, but then the Q&A section is different every time. Enjoy! Email your questions to

June Webinar

July Webinar

Who will benefit from end-of-life doula training?

  • Anyone who wants to become a professional end-of-life doula
  • Hospice volunteers and others wanting to serve
  • Family members and friends of the dying
  • Hospice and palliative care providers
  • Midwives and doulas
  • Nurses, doctors, and social workers
  • Clergy, chaplains, celebrants
  • Healers and therapists
  • Those who provide home care and companion care
  • Life coaches
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