What is an End-of-Life Coach?

Imagine an End-of-Life Coach as a personal trainer for death planning, where the goal is to give you tools to determine What Matters Most To You and create your end-of-life Care Plan.

We create a space of safety and ease for conversations about death and the dying process, exploring with curiosity What Matter Most To You to you now and what may matter most to you in end-of-life. We promote a healing culture around end-of-life care – where healing is about comfort, compassion, and dignity, and less about what is medically curative.

“Death is a part of life, it is not the opposite of life.”
Delta Waters, death doula

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Who would benefit from an End-Of-Life coach?

As your End-Of-Life Coach, I will provide a brave space where we will talk about death in terms of your best life care choices.

Our focus begins with your wellness today – physical, spiritual, and emotional – and allows you to prioritize the care you want and need at end-of-life. These sessions encourage consideration of what is most important to you, what priorities you will focus upon, and what comfort care you will want. Here, you are empowered to create an alignment with What Matter Most To You and allow a place for you to celebrate love and connection while also letting go of anything that isn’t serving you. You will determine what would make your death your own.

This is deep and often emotional work. I ask for full engagement as you investigate what life fulfillment looks like for you.

I provide resources for education, guide you as you determine your care plan, and support you as you share your goals/wishes with your people. It opens the field to conversations we often avoid and allows for space to discuss and make known your choices and your desire that they honor and support your decisions. One of the most widely expressed regrets of people who’ve lost a loved one is not knowing what that person would have wanted during their final days and hours.
“Open the door and let death in the room. We can’t prepare for it if we can’t talk about it.”
Jane Whitlock
Conscious Acts of Love is a consulting organization for end-of-life support and is in no way considered a funeral establishment. Any contributions received by Conscious Acts of Love are for requested consulting service and private or public education.