Imagine a time when someone you love is dying and you know you can reach out and find local end of life doulas to help.
That time is now in Canada with the Dying Well Collective. They have over 60 death doulas willing to help families when vigil is needed.
Glenda Myles, Founder and Co-Director of the Dying Well Collective in Ontario, Canada describes the beautiful work they are doing there and a process for community healing when there is a change through death, closing of a business, a community center, etc.
visit their website at: http://www.dyingwellcollective.com/
Glenda is a doula of birth, death and rebirth. She works with chronically and terminally ill patients and their families through her non-profit organization, Dying Well Collective, and her private therapy practice. She is also a trained birth doula focusing on fertility, post-partum care, and perinatal bereavement. She incorporates many modalities into her practice emphasizing holistic health of mind, body, and spirit. She creates spaces to explore life and death, ways to #ConnectToTheHeart, and living a life of purpose.
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