Marggie Hatala

 Doulagivers End of Life Doula * Doulagivers of Door County * Author

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Open to the whispers of the voice within you, and find ever deepening peace, contentment, and compassion in your life.  Turning inward develops a natural approach to living that is viewed from the inside out;  we approach life’s circumstances and our relationships from a point of view that is gentle and filled with acceptance, freeing us from decisions based in fear and anxiety. For those facing serious and terminal illness, this assists their transition in peaceful surrender. And for others seeking a release into an inner awareness, it creates a vibrant life of service.

In my work with individuals and groups, I offer my experience in a variety of ways:

  •  End of Life Doula to those patients and their families facing serious illness, aging and decline, or nearing the end stages of life. Through Doulagivers of Door County, I act as a Certified Trainer for Doulagivers End of Life Training Program. Using my years of experience as a Hospice Registered Nurse and Reiki Master (an ancient Japanese Healing Practice), I share my passion and knowledge of healing tools and practical medical knowledge to assure that those wishing to provide this sacred work are appropriately prepared and supported. 
  • as a passionate Author and Reflective Writing Mentor leading workshops designed to awaken and deepen our inner connection.

I am excited to work with you!

Advocates In-Home Care in Sturgeon Bay WI becomes certified to offer Doulagivers End of Life Doula services

Advocates In-Home Care is the first in the Door County WI area to add this layer of holistic support to their clients.  They are now the premiere agency for support to the dying and their families in Wisconsin.

 

“The Doulagivers program will better equip our caregivers to provide the best possible support for our clients and families. We are also excited about being able to share the Doulagivers information with the community and play a role in bringing back a holistic approach to the end of life journey”
 Kay Bidwell Loberg, General Manager of Advocates In-Home Care

 

http:www.blogtalkradio.com/goinghomewithtony/2015/07/30/end-of-life-issues-made-easier-with-marggie-hatala

Thanks so much for the excellent presentation yesterday.  The response from our residents has been overwhelmingly positive.  I think that your, from the heart message, really resonated with them.  Thank you so much for getting the conversation started.

R. H., Alexian Village Milwaukee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Consulting


As a consultant, I am available for individual consultations in person or through video conferencing. I am excited to speak to groups to help inform and broaden our awareness of end-of-life concerns.
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 Sally: A Memoir

Sally: A Memoir is the story of my mother’s walk through aging and finally her death in hospice care.  I walked with her, as did all of my family
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 Read Marggie’s Blog


Here I share my personal experiences and knowledge about this subject, with the hope that I can provide some meaning and insight into your experiences.
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