Karen Hendrickson, Coaching in Life, Death & all the messy in-between .... learn a little bit about what I do, and how I do it ...
Jo-Anne Haun and Karen Hendrickson, co-founders of the Death Doula Network of BC. share their experiences in creating an online community for death doulas, why it’s important that we form collaborative networks right now, and how everyone benefits when we work together.
Karen talks to Alanna Kelly of Glacier Media about the role of the Death Doula, why they are essential to families, and how they should be integrated with healthcare. This interview also includes a testimonial from one of Karen's clients, a mom who lost her 30 year old son to Cancer.
Recorded in November 25, 2021
Aired February 14, 2022
Jo-Anne and Karen talk to Amanda and Andrew about the rise of the death doula, courageous conversations, and celebrating your life before you die.
Our passion and commitment is about creating a collective community that will shift the mindset of society in accepting death as a part of life, and embracing the valuable and important role of the death doula in life ... and death ...
Collectively, we will make change ... helping all of us live well to die well ...
one conversation at a time.
Grab a cuppa ... get comfy in your favourite chair ... and have a read ...
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Bernadine Fox, of Vancouver Coop Radio.
We explored the role of the Death Doula and how important they are in the health and well-being of those facing end of life, their caregivers and loved ones. A relatively new, yet "old" profession, the Death Doula supports you in defining a good life ... and a good death on your terms. My focus as a Death Doula is to support you in living well to die well - on your terms.
Grab your favorite cuppa and have a listen ...
I recently had the opportunity to chat with From Chaos to Peace with Conny Graf.
We explored Life, Death, and Clutter, and we agreed that end-of-life planning can remove both the emotional and physical clutter that people will otherwise experience when they aren't prepared for their own end of life.
Listen as we share personal stories, talk about the gift of love that comes from including decluttering as part of your end-of-life planning.
I hope this podcast encourages you to start your end of life planning from the typical legal paperwork, advance care and comfort plans, those courageous conversations, AND decluttering. Let decluttering of your emotional and physical "stuff" become one of the greatest gifts you leave your loved ones.
If you find this podcast valuable ... please share it with your friends and family ... because they will find it valuable too.
Happy listening ...
In the midst of this pandemic Jules Taylor decided to do some research on Death, and discovered two girls , co-founders of The Death Doula Network of BC. He invited us to have a chat - and of course we said YES!
We talked about the emerging role of the Death Doula, society's discomfort with death and the impact in this pandemic, PLUS the importance of talking about it, the #1 regret at end of life, and how the more comfortable we get with our own mortality, the more INSPIRED we are as we're called to ACTION to live and love more fully right now, TODAY!
Pleased to sit down and chat with Michael Clogs, of Depictions Media
Podcast Interview with Michael Clogs - 5 tips for not only surviving, BUT THRIVING in the face of life's challenges.
Listen as I share some of my life challenges, and how those experiences enable me to support others, just like you. With my 5 tips, you can embrace the struggle, change your lens on the world, feel all the feels, and re-write your story from a place of gratitude. These tips will enable you to acknowledge the gifts that come with struggle, move from scarcity to abundance and take positive action for your future.
End of Life Doula Association of Canada features Karen Hendrickson, EOL Doula as their Doula of the Month for March 2020
Learn all about Karen, why she chose the path as an End of Life Doula, and how she dances with this work.
Maple Ridge- Pitt Meadows News, and the Community Network spotlight Karen Hendrickson, and End of Life Doula services in Maple Ridge. Who they are, what they do, and the important role they play in Community.
April 23, 2019 - On Community: Introducing End of Life Doulas - Helping People "Live" in Maple Ridge
Gliding into Home ... What's Your End Game? Introduction to an End of Life Doula
Featured Speaker for Women's AM. Introducing End of Life Doulas and the importance of being prepared for your End of Life.
Let's talk about how starting from the heart, focusing on what you truly desire ... in all areas of you life will lead to discoveries you never imagined for yourself. You will discover how to create a life's journey by your design.
No matter where you are today, we can make it better!
Advance Care Planning
A crucial part of your end of life plans. Medical Directives, Representation Agreements & Departure Directions ... all a part of the greatest gift you can leave your loved ones.