Individual & Group Support

Emotions Matter

So much of modern healthcare focuses solely on the physical body. At Empowered Endings, we recognize that care—especially End of Life Care—can have a deep impact on our emotional, spiritual, and mental health too. We provide guidance and support services for clients nearing end of life, and for the people who love them.

We offer a variety of guidance and support options that meet clients wherever they are along their journey.

Grief Counseling

The departure of a loved one can be understandably distressing. Each person’s grief journey is unique and deeply personal. We provide grief care by connecting with clients to nurture them through the pain of loss and help them discover the ongoing possibilities of life.

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Family Support

Navigating the end of life doesn’t just affect the person writing their final chapter. It can make a profound impact on their family and loved ones as well. Our family support services are available to guide family members through their own journeys, recognizing that their experiences and grief are valid, important, and part of the healing process.

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Spiritual Care

Each belief system or religion has its own traditions regarding the end of life. Every individual’s personal spirituality can be just as diverse. Empowered Endings’ Spiritual Care combines our extensive studies on a wide variety of traditions with caring client conversations to learn their soul’s truth. In doing so, we’re able to provide guidance as unique as each client.

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Medical Aid In Dying Bereavement Group


We recognize that losing a loved one who chose to use Medical Aid in Dying can lead to a host of emotions. We provide a free forum to help those facing these complex feelings work through them in an open and supportive group environment.

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Medical Aid In Dying Preparation Group


How one navigates their final chapter is an intensely personal decision. It’s also a topic that’s rarely talked about among peers. Our Medical Aid in Dying Preparation Group gives clients the opportunity to connect and collaborate with others navigating the same important decisions.

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Bob and Elizabeth are just very gentle souls. There was no pressure and shared with my wife Rachel and I the many options you have to consider. It felt just like someone putting their arms around you.

[Dr. Bill Parker]

For us as a family, Bob and Elizabeth gave us the tranquility and support that we needed at that moment. It made a total difference in the way my Dad passed away. It allowed me to be the daughter and not a nurse.

[Eva Goldstein]