Sheila Schultz

Coach, Trainer, 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…

As a professionally trained stress management facilitator, end-of-life doula and advance care planning educator, I combine gentle guidance with practical skills to offer training services that promote peace of mind during times of physical, emotional or spiritual strain. My greatest strengths are my organizational skills, calm nature, and ability to adapt to change.

Having previously held positions within both startups and Fortune 500 companies, I established A Quiet Mind, LLC  one year after experiencing a series of life-altering losses. Later, while hosting an online talk show with a mutual friend, I interviewed Patty Burgess, of Teaching Transitions and Doing Death Differently.  We quickly formed a bond and began collaborating to create programs that reflect our shared passion for training and advancing the current state of healthcare. Your Voice Directives, a platform for delivering training expertise to advance care planners, is a result of that collaboration.

In 2021, we created LifePath Learners, a parent company for the many training services and enrichment products we continue to develop.

 

My Core Values

 

Kindness

Patience

Respect

Education & Certifications

BS, Biology

Mind-Body Medicine

Grief Recovery

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

End-0f-Life Doula Trainer

Advance Care Planning Educator Pro

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 put  my full attention into my blog, videos, courses, and events. I help you to look gently and patiently at tough circumstances, to see what tends to create the most distress.  The goal is to feel better; to foster emotional intelligence and peace of mind.

Stress Management, Building Resilience

We all feel stress throughout our lives. Taking the time to understand how and where it starts is the first step in learning how to cope.  Discover ways to manage stress so you can be your best for others.  Improve sleep, increase resilience, become more creative and productive.

End-of-Life Caregiver Support

When one person suffers, everyone involved is affected. Fortunately, there are ways to prepare. Awareness and education are key to reducing overwhelm, frustration and regret. We offer services that create a sense of community, encourage sustainable self-care, and normalize experiences at end-of-life. 

 

 

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