Soul Care

Spiritual Care Provider

Volunteer Hospice is offering the community this directory of diverse, inclusive, interfaith and interdisciplinary practitioners of Spiritual Care. This directory includes bereavement counselors, ancestral healing practitioners, ritualists, end of life practitioners, death doulas, death midwives, faith leaders, spiritual care providers, and others. Our community has access to inter-faith and non-faith-based services to serve and support all those facing end of life.

Each resource listed below is responsible for provided services. Volunteer Hospice does not endorse any of the listed providers and some may charge for their service.

New resources are added often, make sure to check back!

Ancestral Healing

Gabby Jimenez

Gabby Jimenez is a hospice nurse, end-of-life doula, death and dying educator, author, and blogger. You can visit her website for all of her blogs, poems, classes, the podcasts and interviews she has done, and links to her books and social media.

Janet Burstein, Death Doula

Janet has been providing respite support to VHOCC clients and caregivers for the past 3 years. She has an eclectic practice and deep understanding of spirituality and being a companion to those in transition. Janet has received certification as a death doula. "Death is an incredible opportunity to awaken. We're all just walking each other home." - Ram Dass. Contact Janet through Volunteer Hospice.  

Jennifer Constable, Death Midwife

Jennifer is dedicated to fostering a safe and nurturing environment where open and honest conversations can take place, ensuring that each individual's wishes and needs are honored. Her approach combines active listening, empathy, and personalized care, enabling her to offer comprehensive support during this deeply meaningful time.