When we are able to to show up for ourselves and each other, despite our fears, experiences of death and grief can expand our capacities for connection, interdependence, and love.
I support you in preparing for and navigating life with death and grief. We create individualized strategies based on your own values, resources, and goals. I bring a working knowledge of the current medical, legal, and social landscape and years of experience as an oral historian, educator and hospice volunteer.
I hold a certificate in Thanatology from the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) and am a member of the National End of Life Doula Alliance (NEDA).
training and education
- 2018 Certificate in Thanatology – Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)
- 2017 Certificate in Integrative Thanatology – Art of Dying Institute
- 2010 M.F.A. Electronic Arts – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- 2001 M.A. Public History – Temple University