Learn from Leading  Experts!

We are honored to partner with these advanced teachers to give each student in the 2024 class of Elder and End-Of-Life Doula Course a diverse, well-rounded and unmatched learning experience.   

What Is An Elder & End-Of-Life Doula?

An End-of-Life or Death Doula provides non-medical care to patients and their loved ones during the stages leading up to death and often following including natural death care, support coordinating funeral and bereavement services.

Doulas assist in advance care planning, coordinating family caregiving, life review, vigil planning, respite care OR bereavement support. Doulas are most useful in providing education and the additional support of sitting with the family throughout the dying process.

Who Should Enroll? 


We welcome all, no previous experience necessary. This course aligns well for those who are healthcare professionals, caregivers, educators, healing arts practitioners, and volunteers to our course. It's perfect for legal experts, therapists, nurses, hospice workers, and anyone affected by death or loss who seeks to enrich their understanding of life and death, and to compassionately support those facing critical illness and death.


What You'll Gain

Elder Care Expertise

Deep insights into elder support and planning.

Death Doula Skills

Proficiency in death doula roles and practices for certification.

Compassionate Communication

Enhanced empathy and dialogue for patient-centric care.

Cultural Sensitivity

Inclusive, culturally-aware care approaches.

Bereavement Support

Effective strategies for managing grief.

Professional and Personal Growth

Support to discover and grow doula services with your community.

Decision-Making and Conflict

Skills in navigating ethical dilemmas and conflict.

Mastery of Modalities

Proficiency in diverse end-of-life care approaches, including psychedelic assistance.

Community Integration

Building supportive, collaborative networks.

Single Payment


Best Value

  • One-time payment 
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3 Monthly Payments


Most Flexible

  • 3 Monthly payments of $498 = $1494
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Included In Your Course:

 “I realized that the topic I had once avoided—only to become somewhat obsessed with it later in life—was now the most important conversation I needed to have with my family. We needed to talk about death. Over the last few months, we’ve been working with Sierra Campbell to turn the anxiety of “what will we do if” into a plan. Via video call, my husband and I meet with our sons and Sierra. Instead of the usual check in, we talk about checking out. Organization can be a balm in the midst of a chaotic time, and as I hear my family responding to Sierra’s questions, I realize that I am discovering a new tangent in the erotic equation. 


Talking about death is talking about life—hopes, fears, uncertainty, imagination, legacy, connection, responsibility, love.”


Course Information & Outline

A comprehensive and progressive learning experience covering all aspects of elder care management, end of life literacy, and a broad array of death doula services.

Course portal will be open on February 15 and first lesson delivered. 

Large Group meetings will be every other Wednesday 8am PT, 11am ET, 5pm CET, starting February 21st. 

Small group meetings start the week of February 26, and you'll reserve one group time from the following options after enrollment:   

  • Mondays - 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET
  • Tuesdays - 8 am PT / 11 ET/ 5 pm CET
  • Wednesdays - 8 am PT / 11 ET/ 5 pm CET
  • Sundays - 8 am PT / 11 ET/ 5 pm CET

Licensed clinical social worker

Nurture's courses are filled with valuable and practical information, and Sierra Campbell’s expertise and compassion shines through. I am so thankful and grateful that Sierra has created Nurture to share her wealth of knowledge and understanding of life's difficult subjects.

Nicole G.

New York, New York 

Nurture brought my family much needed moral support and practical wisdom on what to expect throughout the whole journey. We were better prepared as a family because of Nurture.


Elena Brower
Author and Hospice Volunteer

Not see the process of aging as a gift, to grow older with wellness, to be in connection with community, and to receive guidance with reverence - this is what the world needs.  With dignity and care, Nurture is shifting the way we relate to our elders and to ourselves.