End of Life Care & Conversations

Hospice & Palliative Care Acupuncture

Soothing and non-invasive.

Following the very foundations of Oriental Medicine, my acupuncture practice incorporates the integration of body, mind, and spirit. When under hospice or palliative care, the very definition of “wellness” changes from “getting better” to maintaining the highest quality of physical, emotional, and mental health possible. Acupuncture is uniquely suited to serve patients and caregiver needs during this time. I am available for home or facility visits, depending upon the location.

  • Relaxes and reduces pain
  • Mitigates some of the side effect of prescribed medications
  • Calms mental, emotional, and spiritual distress

Dealing with a terminal illness?

End of Life & Death Doula

Support in the transition of leaving the physical world.

The Doula serves as a reminder that dying is a key aspect of living. It is a spiritual and sacred event that can and should be met with a sense of awe and gratitude.  

  • Identify conversations and tasks that need to take place
  • Create a Vigil Plan to support a calm and peaceful dying process
  • Before and after support to caregivers

Have questions?

Capital Caring Hospice Services

Personal visits and wellness calls.

Know someone in Capital Caring Hospice Care? Request acupuncture or a wellness service from your Capital Caring Social Worker. Your request will be sent to a coordinator who will engage me for this volunteer service on your behalf.

  • In-person visits to Loudoun County
  • Calls or video chat for surrounding areas
  • Support for both patients and caregivers

Need help setting it up?

Death Cafes

Explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences about death and dying.

A free, public, respectful conversation in an informal, agenda-free setting with lots of laughter, tea, and cake!

  • Become more comfortable discussing death and dying
  • Make better decisions regarding end of life matters for yourself and your loved ones
  • Learn from and share with others in a safe, agenda-free environment

Want to attend a Death Cafe?

Questions about End of Life Care?

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