We’re here for you when there are no words to be spoken
“We meet people where they are, emotionally and spiritually. We listen to what they want to share. It’s important patients know they are not alone.
Sometimes people want to explore ways their life has purpose and meaning. When it goes well, we can help them see that every day counts, despite having a terminal diagnosis.
Lots of people cut themselves off from religion during their lives and I can absolutely understand that. I think often people are more open to these conversations when they’re near end of life.
It’s a privilege to listen to be honest. It’s a safe space to tell us things that they can’t or don’t want to tell others. Patients can completely be themselves. And by sharing those thoughts, hopefully they feel less guilty, less isolated and more peaceful