My name is Megan, and I have been a Nurse since 2003. I have spent the majority of my career in Canada and the United States, working in Long Term Care and helping with death and dying. I have worked alongside hospice for the bulk of my career, understanding the complexities that come along with a terminal diagnosis. I am part of the Death Positive Movement, helping others accept that death is a reality and a natural part of our lifespan. By accepting this reality, I can help plan for your death and minimize the pain of your loss, by changing your grief into gratitude.
Having grown up in Canada, I was a graduate of St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario for Nursing. I also attended Davenport University in Michigan. I have spent the last few years studying to become a Death Doula through Lifespan Doulas and the University of Vermont. I am certified as a From Grief to Gratitude Grief Coach, through the Institute of Professional Grief Coaching. I am also a member of the National EOL Doula Association.
I have been influenced through the use of rituals before and after death, allowing the client to experience the spiritual aspects of death. Through the use of holistic care, incorporating cannabis if desired, I will adapt to your own personal needs at the end of your journey. With education in Reiki, massage therapy, nursing and end of life care, you are in good hands, and will receive professional care throughout your end-of-life journey. Diversity is important and will be respected during the end of your life, allowing for a death filled with compassion and love from a pure heart. Having watched my own Mother face an uncomfortable death, I made a promise that I wouldn't ever let someone suffer like she did.