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In-Person and Online Support Services

In my vision, to be a doula is hold space and time so that the person feels confident to express what needs to be expressed. It is to reveal through the way I am present, the potential to be a resonant channel, of the innate wisdom that each one of us manifests. It's walking alongside someone. It’s accepting myself and accepting the processes that each one of us lives through, as an opportunity for development, with the awareness that the various deaths that we go through in our lives carry clues for us to live better, to be more present with ourselves and with our surroundings.

As a Transition Doula I suggest the integration of different aspects, such as:

At any stage in our life, we may be faced with the necessity and uncertainty of caring for dependent family members, with chronic and/or prolonged illnesses.

In response to the challenges that caregivers face, I propose to accompany  them transversely , seeking to prevent and/or minimise the distress that their situation entails, to minimise their isolation, train them for their new circumstances and support them with practical issues.

I Offer :

  • Emotional support;

  • Informative and educational support, in terms of practical strategies and tools to integrate into daily life, both in terms of care provision, self-care strategies, and in the deepening of personal resources;

  • Practical support in organising and carrying out daily activities and in clarifying doubts;

  • Bureaucratic support in communication with services, identifying alternatives for social support at the community level and in the institutional support network;

  • Continuous support throughout the process;

  • Spiritual accompaniment. Spiritual needs are always there but usually tend to manifest themselves more pressingly when urgent matters are being dealt with. Spiritual issues relate to finding meaning in what is happening, ways of dealing with suffering and finding peace in the process. 

Research has shown that accompanied processes tend to enable a healthier bereavement.

My proposal is :

  • To look at the process of loss/bereavement integrated into the cycles of our life, in the light of the repeating cycles of Nature and the search for meaning;

  • To accompany the person who is at the end of life, as well as the grieving of family members and caregivers, before, during and after death. 

I offer:

  • Emotional and spiritual support; 

  • Contemplative and compassionate listening;

  • The body as a resource, Nature and art as mediators in this process;

  • Focus on personal and social resources;

  • Ritualisation as an integrative tool.

In the face of significant changes we can lose our balance or feel blocked due to the fear and anxiety we experience.

I propose to use adversity as an opportunity for development and to learn to be more present with ourselves, with others and with what surrounds us.

I offer :

  • A needs diagnosis;

  • A personal plan to integrate into daily life, customised to identified needs; 

  • Training for and application of contemplative practices in daily life and in care contexts;

  •  Tools to connect you with your own internal resources;

  •  Self-care strategies;

  •  Tools for dealing with suffering;

  •  Informative and educational support, as well as practical guidance for the provision of care.

Statistics show that an ageing population is the reality and that the type and quantity of services available in this area are insufficient to meet social needs.

This accompaniment provides a fuller experience for the departing person and their family and friends, informed and enlightened decision-making, relief from the overload of practical and bureaucratic tasks, a more serene departure and a healthier grieving process amongst other things.

I offer:

  • Emotional, spiritual, informative and/or practical support; 

  •  An integrative approach, supported by several holistic therapists;

  • Accompaniment for the person at the end of their life and for their family, in order to,  whenever possible, respond to their preferences regarding the end of their life;

  • Support in carrying out the Living Will and Advance Directive of Will (DAV);

  • Support for end-of-life planning;

  • Logistical support, at home and in collaboration with other services; 

  • Accompaniment in the performance of rituals;

  • Support for after-death care. 

One of the biggest factors in someone's quality of life is their relationship with their family, with those whom they love. In addition to accompanying the person, I propose extending this to the family and network of significant others as a care unit, because we are in relationship, now and at the time of our death.


I offer:

  • Emotional and spiritual support;

  • Individual support for each family member; 

  • Facilitation of family sessions, using contemplative practices and psychodramatic dynamics;  

  • A calm presence that helps to create an atmosphere of trust, tranquility and support in adversity;

  • Identification of the needs of a person /family;

  • Identification of barriers to authentic connection and alternative responses;

  • Facilitation of communication, the expression of feelings, desires and legacies;

  • Support in practical and bureaucratic matters, namely in communication with services;

  • Informative and educational support, as well as practical guidelines for the provision of care; 

  • Support for the family at significant events, such as medical appointments, funerals and celebrations;

  • Accompaniment of the grieving process before, during and after the death of a family member.

Multipurpose and Continuous Accompaniment

The accompaniment I propose fills the gap created by needs that are not met, whether by health or social services, in an area of ​​intervention focused on personalised care.

I offer:

  • Close accompaniment, supported by end-of-life and palliative care training;

  • Diagnosis of needs at home, such as adapting space, routines, care plans, minimising risks, alarm signals and scenarios; 

  • Informative and practical support for identifying and activating appropriate community resources; 

  • Multiple services are offered in one intervention, such as: 

    • Intervention in different contexts, such as home, cemetery and services, among others,

    • Emotional support, 

    • Spiritual support,  

    • Personal and family support. 

  • Flexible schedule, at the pace of needs; 

  • Continuous support throughout the different stages of life and death.

Tocando a superfície

I accompany the individual with personalised support focusing on emotional, spiritual, informative and/or practical support in life stages characterised by changes, losses and grief.  This is aimed at caregivers, families, people with cancer, in the process of grieving, at the end of life, with pregnancy loss, prenatal death and/or marital separations.

Clinical Aromatherapy is a combination of therapeutic techniques that starts with a diagnosis and uses essential oils, essences, flower and plant waters and vegetable oils to restore physical, emotional, mental and energetic balance.

I accompany the individual’s personal journey, grounded in the body-mind relationship as an anchor to respond to universal spiritual needs, present throughout life and in death. It is based on a set of meditative practices and resources inspired by Tibetan Buddhism and based on Contemplative Neurosciences.

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