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Inspired Endings invites you to join us for this transformational learning experience focused on caring for the dying and expanding our awareness about this potent transition in our human lives.
Inquire about a partial scholarship for this training.
Payment plans are available.
This 3-day training will be held at a private residence in North Kohala on the Big Island, HI. We will gather daily from 8:30 am- 5 :30 pm. Email for a list of local accommodations.
End-of-life doulas honor the sacredness of our full life cycle with a specialized focus on death and dying. Doulas provide holistic non-medical physical, emotional and spiritual support for those facing a terminal illness as well as for their families. This patient centered care is based on the values and goals of the patient as well as what is spiritually and culturally significant.
This training will give you the confidence, knowledge, and skills necessary to provide compassionate care for those at the end of life as well as their families. You will practice building capacity in order to bear witness and hold space for the wildness of death.
Those who are facing their own death and who strive for a deeper understanding of the transformational power offered to us as we face and embrace what It means to die will also learn how they can be supported differently.
This training is infused with new material based on the intense education we have received as a result of the pandemic, global grief and the Black Lives Matter movement all of which magnified the deep fractures in our health care and death care delivery systems exposing the inequalities in services that have a disproportionate affect on marginalized communities.
* Complete application, registration and payment
* Pre-course study, reading, and writing
* Post course written exam packet
* 30 practicum hours w/ documentation
* Certificate of completion package
* Two check-in calls
* Optional mentoring program
Mentoring- $795-12 private one hour sessions that provide an additional layer of support. I will also help guide you as you are supporting your own patients. I've mentored volunteers for hospice for years and offer my knowledge with a gentle, practical and compassionate style of support.
Bearing witness, resiliency, self-stewardship, Psychedelics and end of life support, Palliative care, hospice, Medicare and Medicaid, diversity, culture and religion, deep listening, guided visualization, grief and bereavement support, Medical Aid in Dying, VSED, community caregiving, home funerals, green burial, AND MORE
Bobbi Bryant has a history of working for hospice training and mentoring volunteers to support the dying and those who love them. She is the founder of Inspired Endings LLC . Bobbi is a community end-of-life doula, death educator and home funeral guide. She facilitates end-of-life doula training's and provides support for those who are p
Bobbi Bryant has a history of working for hospice training and mentoring volunteers to support the dying and those who love them. She is the founder of Inspired Endings LLC . Bobbi is a community end-of-life doula, death educator and home funeral guide. She facilitates end-of-life doula training's and provides support for those who are passionate about caring for people in the final transition of this human life.
Dr. Charlotte Charfen is an American Board of Emergency Medicine certified ER physician with nearly twenty years of clinical practice in the field of Life and Death. She lives in Hawaii where she now spends her days coaching, consulting and empowering others to live and die well.
Eddy Cash-Dudley retired from her law practice in California in 2014. When she moved to Hawaii she recognized
the need for low cost estate planning documents. Eddy started preparing Last Wills and Testaments and Advance Health Care Directives for seniors. In addition, she maintains a limited family law practice, primarily in the South Kohala District Court, in Waimea.
PO Box 396, Kapaau, HI 96755, US