As an end-of-life doula, Sarah provides support to those who are dying, and their constellation of caregivers. She approaches her work from an emotionally engaged and intuitively aware place, while also tending to the pragmatic essentials needed at the end of life. Sarah’s path to becoming a doula began in early childhood, but she resisted its pull until her forties. At the height of her consulting career supporting large-scale change management efforts in the corporate sector, the call to pivot to what is arguably the greatest change we each will undergo had become too loud to ignore. Sarah is humbled each day by those she encounters in her work and often marvels at the expansiveness of the human heart. Taking the path less traveled has helped her round out her own edges, too: exchanging achievement for fulfillment is among the best decisions of her life.
East Bay Doula for the Dying
D6 – Let’s Explore End-Of-Life Doulas