Death care DC

Queer, Jewish, community grief and death midwifery services
in the DMV


Let's talk about death. And grief. We all experience it, or will experience it, and I'm here to help make that process a little easier.We all deserve dignity, agency, and kindness during life and during death. My work is grounded in uplifting this for all people.I'm a grief and death midwife in the DC area. As a queer Jewish person, my services are for my communities and any folks looking for someone to go through their grief or death journey through a lens that is human-centered, anti-oppressive, and intersectional.

Trained by Thoughtful Transitions

I was trained by Dr. Jame in her program that is "Committed to challenging death-dealing systems, dismantling harmful ideologies, and cultivating healing through empathetic engagement, education, advocacy, activism and direct service."Learn more about Thoughtful Transitions here.

Member of NEDA and INELDA

I'm a member of the National End-of-Life Doula Alliance and the International End-of-Life Doula Association. These organizations support doulas in sharing resources, networking, and keeping our skills in grief and death care work up to date.

Queer, Jewish, Community-focused

As a queer Jewish person, my focus is with people who share these identities, but not limited to these identities. These traits inform my work and the perspective with which I engage.I am currently building a Chevre Kaddisha, or group of people who carry out bereavement, mourning, and death rituals, with my synagogue.

Sliding scALE

I accept payment for this work on a sliding scale based on the Green Bottle Framework. Reach out to me to find out more, especially if you're unsure of where you land.

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