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Become a Doula

Learn the Skill, Change the World™

Doulagivers® certified End-of-Life Doulas transform the way people die.

Your End of Life Doula has partnered with Doulagivers® to provide end of life doula training. We offer a FREE End of Life Doula Training that helps people learn the basic skills of how to care for a dying loved one.  This is a community training program, but it does not make you a Doula.  In order to become a Doula, you must enroll in the CERTIFIED End of Life Doula Training Program.  This is the comprehensive course needed to become a doula.  You can choose to become certified upon completion of the training program.

FREE End of Life Doula Training

The FREE End of Life Doula Training allows families to regain and learn the skills of how to care for a dying loved one. This was something that was handed down generation-to-generation 100 years ago. We are bringing this skill back and it is changing the world.

Learn how to care for someone who is dying through all three phases of end-of-life.  We are pleased to offer Doulagivers® FREE End-of-Life Doula Training.  The information presented in this training is appropriate for everyone: family, caregivers, volunteers, and community members.  Participants will learn about the three phases of end-of-life and the interventions they can use to provide comfort and support to both the patient and their loved ones.  This workshop empowers individuals to embrace the concept of community; caring for each other at the end of life.

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FREE End of Life Doula Training

CERTIFIED End of Life Doula Training

CERTIFIED End of Life Doulas receive comprehensive, intensive training to support someone from the time of a terminal diagnosis until the time of death. They provide holistic support for the person throughout all the transitional aspects of dying, as well as helps the person’s family to “re-enter” life after loss.

Based on their extensive training, Doulas offer suggestions for comfort to the patient and the family. They provide support to the family and patient during all three phases of end of life (EOL), offer the latest options for care and EOL planning, help create sacred rituals, and support in grief, bereavement, and recovery. They are not home health aides; rather, they are professionals who guide and support the family and patient through their entire end of life journey.

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CERTIFIED End of Life Doula Training

Your End of Life Doula


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Need end-of-life doula services?

Contact us today.
2269 Long Hill Road
Guilford, CT 06437
203-689-7004