Sheila Schultz

Self-Care Coach, End-of-Life Liaison

There’s a simpler way…

I know what it’s like to feel out of control. I also know how to stop feeling that way.

About Me…

My greatest strength is my calm nature and ability to adapt to change. Having held many positions in diverse organizations, I have found my proper place in stress management and self-care.

I help people to slow down, remain present, and move through life with confidence, ease, and a sense of purpose. I address basic concerns like financial worries, personal relationships, health issues, and insomnia. In group settings, I guide people to identify the triggers and responses that create stress. Caregivers, in particular, use my services to maintain optimum health while serving others.

I also work closely with patients and families who are facing a serious illness or life-limiting prognoses. I help ease the tension that arises due to physical, emotional, and spiritual strain. As a professionally trained end-of-life doula, I combine my peaceful nature with skills to assist in personal conflict and decision-making. I act as counselor, advocate, and diplomat to make sure patient’s wishes are met, to help family members cope, and to bridge communications with healthcare systems.

My Core Values

 

Kindness

Patience

Respect

Education & Certifications

BS, Biology

Mind-Body Medicine

Grief Recovery

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Advanced End-of-Life Doula Training

My Approach

I like to keep things simple. My guidance comes mainly from experiences with real people and real life. My style is easy-going, open, and calm. I offer my full attention. Together, we’ll look gently and patiently at tough circumstances, see what creates the most distress and work to find the root cause. Then, we’ll collaborate to develop a course of action that is best for your peace of mind.

Stress Management for Professionals

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Patient and Family Advocacy

When you or someone close to you is suffering, it affects everything. Finding ways to cope is critical. Look here for valuable information to maintain optimal physical, emotional and spiritual health during difficult times.

Looking at life with relaxed attention changes what you see. Start here.