Liz is a Registered Nurse and a Certified End-Of-Life Doula (CEOLD) and she's on a mission to change the stigma surrounding death and dying and support you through the process.
Liz attended James Madison University and has Bachelor of Science degrees in both Psychology and Nursing. She worked as a traveling nurse and specialized in bone marrow transplant nursing - an area very close to her heart as Liz was a two-time bone marrow donor for her younger sister who had leukemia.
Currently, in addition to providing end-of-life services, Liz works at a residential psychiatric hospital for teens as well as a nurse for Drip IV Utah, providing mobile hydration and nutritional IVs in the Ogden area.
Liz believes everyone deserves to have a positive and dignified death and should feel loved and supported at the time of transition. She will meet you exactly where you are in your process and provide a safe container for you to move through the death and dying experience.
Liz lives in Utah with her husband Sam, a licensed massage therapist, who often works alongside her providing energy and bodywork to support the dying and their family members.
To serve as a guide for the dying and their loved ones to facilitate a peaceful passing.
We are here to hold space for others, creating a safe container to express the emotions, thoughts, and feelings that arise when we are faced with death. It is an honor to be physically, emotionally, and spiritually present for those seeking support.
Part of Liz's mission is to reduce suffering, and to care for the dying and support the transition out of the physical body. Her work is to bring dignity and honor to the death process and help guide you through the experience with grace and love.
Safety: physically & emotionally
Honesty: communicating from the heart with sincerity
Dignity: honoring others through respect
Prevention: preparing and planning to avoid distressing pain & overwhelming stress
Ceremony: death is a sacred part of life
What Liz Does
Liz works with individuals who are either caregivers for dying loved ones, or are in end-stages of terminal illness themselves.
She helps guide you through the dying process: what to expect, how to plan, helps you find meaning and closure in this lifetime, and supports you at the time of death.
We provide dignified care and can help manage discomfort and symptoms at end-of-life. Through prevention, early intervention, and tight symptom management we work to ease pain and suffering.
Liz and Sam are in Ogden, Utah and primarily serve the residents of Weber and Davis counties and the northern Salt Lake City area. Please inquire about travel outside the primary service area.