Death doulas make it easier
Dying is hard. Death doulas make it easier. The work of a death doula is primarily about being present when someone is actively dying.
As senior citizens, we baby boomers have the opportunity to take a look at what it means to grow old, which measures to take to treat illness and, ultimately, how we die.
Over the years I’ve had the privilege to use hypnosis with clients as a wonderfully effective tool to help facilitate the aging and end-of-life process. Individuals, their families and caregivers report to me that hypnosis has provided them comfort.
End-of-life hypnosis is used for pain control, mental angst and anguish and emotional despair. Hypnosis can help you to find equanimity.
If you are dealing with aging and/or end-of-life issues, hypnosis can help you too. I am happy to meet you in the Medical Dental Building in downtown Seattle, at my office on Bainbridge Island or worldwide online.
Call me at (206) 903-1232 or send me an email now and let’s discuss how hypnosis can be a godsend for you.
Doulagivers Certified End-of-Life Training
Suzanne O’Brien will be offering her Doulagivers Certified End-of-Life Training April 20 – 22. You can attend live in Seattle, live online or via streaming video streaming.
End of Life Doulas are also known around the world as: end of life coaches, soul midwives, transition guides, death coaches, death doulas, doula to the dying, end of life doulas, death midwives, thanadoula, and end of life guides.
The spirit must be attended to as much as the body
The Washington Post, by Ellen McCarthy: “As the baby boomers move into retirement, fresh consideration is being given to what it means to grow old, which measures to take to treat illness and, ultimately, how we die. There’s a growing recognition among hospice workers and palliative-caregivers that pain management is not enough. That the spirit must be attended to as much as the body. And that the soon-to-be-bereaved need help along with the dying.
It’s out of this recognition that death doulas are emerging. Most say they feel almost inexplicably called to the role. And profoundly touched by it.”
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Doulagivers Certified End-of-Life Training
Doulagivers Certified End-of-Life Training is a non-medical course sponsored by Kelley T. Woods and the Roger Moore Institute of Hypnotherapy.
The certification course is one of the most comprehensive, all-encompassing end of life educational programs available to assist patients and families holistically at this very precious time in their lives.
This training empowers individuals to embrace the concept of community; caring for each other at the end of life.
April 20, 21 & 22
Attend live in Seattle, live online or via streaming video recording at a time and location convenient to you.
End of Life Hypnosis Certification
Nearly every qualified hypnosis practitioner will eventually work with clients who are dealing with a life-threatening disease or are naturally nearing the End of Life.
Kelley T. Woods and Roger Moore have again combined their years of Healthcare Support Hypnosis to create an End of Life Hypnosis Certification training.
This class is for hypnotherapists who have successfully completed the Doulagivers End of Life Certification.
End of Life Hypnotic Skills for Healthcare Support Professionals
This 90-minute Streaming Video Webinar is ideal for medical doctors, nurses, mental health counselors, social workers, hospice workers, CNAs, caregivers, family members and friends.
These hypnosis skills will enhance how you care for others and yourself. This training will give you the confidence to use creative, easy-to-apply techniques to ease suffering and promote comfort and serenity.
End of Life training is appropriate for everyone:
- Mental Health Counselors
- Social Workers
- Hospice Workers
- Medical Doctors
- Healthcare Professionals
- Community Members
The need is now
- 617.1 million people are
over the age of 65 world-wide
- 47.8 million people are
over the age of 65 in the U.S.
- One baby boomer dies
every 20.6 seconds in the U.S.
- There will be 4,204 baby boomer deaths
today in the U.S.
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