Meet Jo

Why I became a Death Doula

After years of working in aged and palliative care, I started to observe patterns that caused pain, distress and confusion for both the dying person and their families.

The disconnect, the misunderstanding and the lack of acceptance seemed to be the drivers of distress.

I aim to reconnect us with death and dying in a way that brings dignity, understanding, respect and peace to the process.


Cert IV in aged and disability care- TAFE Qld

Diploma in community services- TAFE Qld

End-Of-Life Doula training- Australian Doula College.

Up to date first aid and CPR

I also keep my “working with children” certification up to date.

My Promise To You

To provide a judgement free service to people regardless of gender, creed, religion or background.

To be open minded and tailor make your end-of-life journey around your individual needs, wants and beliefs.

To help people to develop a relationship with death and dying that is spiritually connected, liberated from fear and individually meaningful through acceptance, compassion and faith.

Allow me to walk you home at the end of your Earth Journey in a way that is meaningful to you.