As an end of life doula, my job is to help you navigate end of life choices, hold space for you and your loved ones to express big feelings and reflections during this transition and to help you craft a meaningful ceremony or legacy project that reflects you and your unique gift to your family, community and world.
During our call, we will discuss your needs and I'll answer any questions you have about my support.
Pay for your package or sign onto a payment plan.
Schedule our first Care Plan Visit.
After my sessions with Sasha, I feel a few burdens have been lifted in regards to my last days on earth. I was able to reflect about some very personal things that I've never thought about until we discussed them. Some of the questions that were asked to me were tough but Sasha made it easier to answer by giving examples. To sum it up, you may come away with a sort of inner peace in knowing you have a few things finalized for your final days. I did.
Yes, all of the services listed above in the Signature Care Package can be offered remotely. I prefer engaging with clients over Zoom or video conferencing but if that's not available, we can also connect over the phone.
If you live in the Asheville metro area, we can discuss some of these visits occurring in person.
Whether your last days will be spent at the hospital, in hospice or at home, it's important to craft a plan detailing what emotional and physical support you need in your final days and hours.
Our guiding light when creating vigil plans is bringing maximum comfort, joy and connection.
Yes, it would be an honor to hold space for you in your final days and hours. Currently, I offer Vigil Services to clients in the metro Asheville area.
Yes, my highest priority is that you have an end of life experience aligned with your values, beliefs and needs.
Part of the support I provide is helping you identify and get clarity on your personal end of life choices, and then advocating for you to see those wishes through.
While our personal choices might differ from our family's or dominant society's, it's my belief that end of life choices belong with the person who is dying.
If funeral planning is needed for you or your loved ones, we can discuss what that could look like. The Client Care Visit will help to inform aspects of what a funeral could look like.
Yes, we can discuss this possibility more in our first Client Care call.
Yes, I do work with pediatric end of life clients.
I understand that discussing a child's end of life preferences can be particularly challenging. I'm here to support the child as well as their loved ones during this time.
Please note that I can only accommodate a certain number of end-of-life clients per month. I'll do my best to schedule your first session within two weeks of connecting.
Thank you for reaching out. I will do my best to reply within 48 hours.
With gratitude, Sasha