Online courses for family, friends, and practitioners
Facing big loss is hard, but it’s even harder if you’re not prepared.
There are ways to meet death that bring more love into the world, and learning to do this is a gift to yourself, your family, and your community.
Learn to face mortality with grace and confidence
Meeting death well is a learned skill, but most of us have never been taught it.
I developed these courses to help you face the end of life with more ease and healing.
These courses will deepen your knowledge and strengthen your skills for meeting death well.
I hope you find the teachings useful, and thanks for helping do death better.
With much love,
Sarah Kerr, PhD
Death Doula and
Ritual Healing Practitioner
A Quick Overview
Who This is For
A Soul Approach
How it Works
A Word About Certification
If you're curious about becoming certified as a Death Doula or Death Midwife, here are some things you should know:
Focused 20-30 minute videos, to give you a quick and comprehensive understanding of important deathly topics
Core Skills Classes
Deeper courses (with multiple lessons and supplemental materials) to give you confidence in foundational deathly skills
Learn practices for heartful connection.
Step beyond awkwardness into compassion.
Talking to someone after they've had a death can be awkward. How do you bring up the subject? What do you say?
This class teaches you easily applicable principles for offering meaningful and healing condolences.
Fast Class #1
$19 CAD (~$14 USD)
Or FREE with Core Skills Course #1,
How to Talk About Death
Be confident talking about what really matters.
Support your family, friends, or clients.
Learn a simple, practical, soul-centric model for having these important, but often difficult conversations.
These teachings will help you cultivate the skills and qualities needed to meet death with an open heart.
Core Skills Course #1
$169 CAD (~$127 USD)
Includes FREE access to Fast Class #1,
Offering Meaningful Condolences
~ Angela B.
Practitioner Development Courses
Practitioner Development Course #1
How to Become a Death Doula
If you're called to support dying people and their families in your community, this course addresses the most common questions about paid or volunteer work in the field.
The course includes many extended interviews with emerging and existing practitioners, so you can learn from their experiences.
$249 CAD (~$188 USD)