1. Who might need these services?
I work with those who are facing the end of their life or that of someone they love. I also work with people in good health.
2. What's the difference between end of life work and archetypal consulting?
For end of life work, I aid in the grieving process as well as alleviate fear of death for yourselves or loved ones.
This can involve letting go of attachments, completion conversations for the ending of relationships, whether loving relationships or unresolved ones.
This can also involve legacy work, which is work exploring your impact on the world, what you wish to leave for our loved ones, including the challenge of accepting things undone, unresolved, or unfinished.
Archetype work is for anyone who wishes to get to know themselves better through familiarizing themselves with their own patterns, how they manifest in their lives and how to engage with them in a more conscious way.
3. Regarding end-of-life work, who have I worked with before?
My prior clients include -
Those who have recently been diagnosed with terminal or chronic illnesses
Those in palliative care, or those in the active stages of dying
Those who are in a comatose state and need assistance in passing on
Clients requesting a Death Rite, which is tailored to the individual and their family in order to create a meaningful process that is personal to them
Those who need support in navigating their role in their loved ones end-of-life processes
Those who need assistance in guided end-of-life conversations
Those who need help with completion processes with a recent or previous loss or death of a loved one.
4. Can I hire you to be with me, or my loved one, at the time of their death specifically?
Yes. We would make an appointment beforehand to assess your situation and discuss the possibilities to meet your needs. For appointments I can visit you, call you, or connect with you by videoconference.
Please contact me for more details, rates and any questions you have.