End of Life Coaching

Compassionate Support for those who are living life’s final chapter.

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Talking about death and dying is hard. We all know that it is inevitable, but we don’t want to imagine that it will happen to us or to someone we love. In fact, we go to great lengths to avoid the subject. And so, when the moment comes that death is just over the horizon, we’re not prepared. We don’t know what to do, or what to say, or even how to be!
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  • How will you “live your dying”?
  • What is left to accomplish?
  • Who do you want to visit with again?
  • What relationships need mending?
  • Where do you want to live?
  • How do you want to be cared for?
  • What do you want your family to know?
  • How will you tell them?
  • When the end draws near, how do you want your pain managed?

These are only some of the questions many people find themselves suddenly asking. Often there isn’t a comfortable place to turn for help finding your answers. Together you and your coach will explore these questions and more. With your permission, your coach will guide you to consider what is important to  you spiritually, emotionally, and physically, how you want to be treated and cared for, what you wish for practical after-death care. We will look at the hard questions to find answers that resonate with you on a deeper level. 

Your coach will help you live your ending as fully and meaningfully as possible. He or she provides a safe place for you to

  • explore possibilities and begin to answer the “tough questions.”
  • help you talk to your family and friends about your needs and wishes
  • tell your story
  • learn about normal grieving – even when it feels out of control
  • cry, laugh, be angry
  • express your doubts and fears
  • freely share with no judgment or self-censorship
The role of an End of a Life coach is one of honor and privilege. I genuinely believe that you can “Live Your Dying (and Grieving!). If you have questions or would like to talk to Lee, click here.

"Being able to soar while keeping your feet on the ground can be a challenge. Life is a gift, and embracing it to the fullest in all of its pain, sorrow, joy, struggle, and accomplishment is a little easier when someone walks the journey with you. Lee encourages you to be fully yourself and celebrate all of who you are! She guides you one step at a time toward the beauty and possibilities within you." ~Client

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