Feel free to reach out to me using the contact information provided below. Whether you have questions or would like to schedule a complimentary 20-minute consultation, I am here to lend an ear and provide guidance. Your thoughts, emotions, and unique story matter greatly, and I am dedicated to creating a safe, nurturing space where you can express yourself openly and find the support you deserve.

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I extend my deepest gratitude for considering me as your end-of-life doula. It is a true honor to have the chance to accompany you on this profound and transformative journey. May you discover comfort, solace, and inner peace as we embark together on this meaningful path. Rest assured, I will be in touch with you as promptly as possible, eager to provide the support and guidance you deserve.

Beth Wise

Rest assured that the conversations we share will be treated with utmost sensitivity and confidentiality. Your trust is of paramount importance to me, as it forms the foundation of our relationship. I am wholeheartedly committed to providing a space where your voice is truly heard, where understanding and respect thrive. Your privacy and comfort are my top priorities as we navigate this deeply personal journey together.

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Doula services are private pay. By being private pay, doulas have greater flexibility in serving clients and ensures that each wish is carefully honored without having to be concerned about any restrictions that insurance companies may impose.

Are doula services covered by insurance?

A doula can provide non-medical care such as touch (holding hands, gentle shoulder massage, etc), mindfulness techniques (visualization, meditation, etc), and provide guidance and evidence based options. A doula cannot provide medical care such as medication administration, position changing, or medical advice. 

What can a doula do? What can't they do?

Hospice workers are amazingly kind and caring people that cannot be everywhere all the time. A doula helps fill in the gaps when hospice workers cannot be there. We can also help explain options but cannot provide medical advice or care, whereas hospice workers can. 

Why do I need a doula if I have hospice?

Frequently Asked Questions

- Laurie J.

The additional grief doula training Beth has completed makes her service unique, as she is able to offer additional insight and support for families as they move through bereavement. As a fellow end-of-life doula, I endorse the care that Beth provides, and refer to her patients I’m unable to accommodate. Compassion, firsthand experience, and her willingness to go above and beyond make Beth’s doula practice a great choice for any family.


Beth’s background in caring for her mother at end of life gives her a unique perspective on not only the needs of the patient, but also the needs of the family. 

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