Sarah Goodman

Hello.  I finished my training as an End of life Doula in 2017 and am based in Brighton. I am also a Holistic Therapist with qualifications in Counselling, Energy work and many healing modalities. I have been volunteering for the past decade in roles supporting people at the end of their lives. I also work … Read more

Samson Hill

Photo of Samson Hill, End of Life Doula

I am an End of Life Doula who has completed training with Living Well Dying Well which has given me the foundation to meet people holistically, in their entirety. I have undergone training in counselling, mentoring and social care and am competent in offering person-centred support, which I have developed further through my work as … Read more

Li Mills

Photo of Li Mills, end of life doula

Hi! I’m Li. I trained as an End of Life Doula (or companion) when I realised that I felt comfortable talking openly about death and dying, and that in turn, others felt comfortable responding. I believe that acknowledging that we’re dying means living fully right until the end. Being an end of life companion is … Read more

Jo Giles

I am passionate about being alongside people to live their life as they want too and die as they want to.  For me it’s about listening deeply to you and supporting you in a way that works for you, whether this practical and/or emotional support… sometimes just having somebody alongside you can help. What’s important … Read more

Gazala Makda

I want to support people in the transition of their life and be alongside them on their journey.  My strength lies in developing a quick rapport with people of all ages.  I do this best by actively listening, being non-judgemental and supportive through the process in whatever way the people need or just being there … Read more

Bridgeen Boize

I have enjoyed a very varied and full life so far, working in many fields while supporting my husband and bringing up my two daughters. After caring for my parents on and off until their deaths, I started working as an End of Life Carer firstly in the community and then in a live-in capacity. … Read more