Doulagiver Discussions on Death and Dying
Monthly informational topics inviting community discussion about End of Life Topics
Door County Library, Sturgeon Bay WI
107 S. 4th Ave., Sturgeon Bay
6-7:30PM , Conference Room #2
We meet the second Tuesday of each month
Family * Community Volunteer * Caregiving Training
Community Events at your Choice of Locations
Door County Healing Center Sunday, April 29 1-4PM
44 South 2nd Ave, Sturgeon Bay WI 54235 $75 click here
Student Discount $37
Learn to be an End of Life Doula…for your family members, friends, community members, or for those you wish to become a paid caregiver for.
Participants will learn everything they need to know from the time someone gets a terminal diagnosis, all the way through creating a sacred space during the final hours of life. Based on the concept of families, friends, and community members providing support and care to others as they face the end of their lives, this course is full of practical, emotional and spiritual information that will empower everyone who takes it.
What you will learn:
- The 3 phases of End of Life Care
- Interventions to use in each phase for the patient’s optimal comfort and care
- Case studies using real end of life scenarios to demonstrate the training. This allows the family caregiving doula to reinforce the knowledge and apply it to real, bedside examples.
Information will be available for those interested in to the Practitioner Certification Training Course. This is for those who wish to create their own business as Certified End of Life Doulas.
For information or to preregister for any of the Level 1 Trainings, email:
Reflective Writing Workshops
Finding the Preciousness of Life
3-One Day Workshops at the Sylvas House in Ephraim WI
Explore your deepest self during this series of reflective writing workshops. Designed to build one to the other, we will delve into the steps that Marggie will cover in her new book about to be published, Life As A Prayer.
Using the lessons that have been learned from working with the dying, Marggie guides the participants to look deeply within and express their highest self through the written word. Meditation and reflective prompts from a variety of sources touch on the issues of generosity and patience, forgiveness of ourselves and others, finding compassion and love, and leading towards defining our own meaningful life and purpose.
Each workshop is held in the rustic luxury of the Sylvas House, surrounded by the power of the natural beauty of Door County WI. A catered, light lunch is provided.
Each workshop $95
Series of 3 workshops $230 Click here to register full workshop
Pre-registration is required.
Reflective Writing Workshop 1: Generosity and Patience May 15th 10AM-2PM Click here to register
Reflective Writing Workshop 2: Forgiveness and Compassion June 5th 10AM-2PM Click here to register
Reflective Writing Workshop 3: Meaningful Life June 26th 10AM-2PM Click here to register