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Grief Support Services

be ceremonial

Be Ceremonial is an online platform (app) that helps you create your own ceremony to acknowledge important moments and milestones on your journey. You can choose from an extensive library of secular and universal rituals to create a ceremony that reflects who you are and what you value. 


For more information, visit or search for them in the App Stores. 

michelle tyliakos Birthkeeper Advocate and Educator

Michelle Tyliakos is a Birthkeeper, Advocate and Educator. She offers private sessions called "Transforming your Grief" for those who have experienced traumatic births, stillbirth or miscarriage. 

Port Moody & Greater Van, BC

Virtual Services Available 


Kelly Hurley is a Infant & Pregnancy Loss Doula, Ceremony & Ritual Guide and Life-Cycle Celebrant. 

Service to families include:

Ceremony & Rituals (naming ceremonies, anointing, shrouding, family unity rituals, etc. in the hours after loss at a home or hospital birth); 

Infant & Pregnancy Loss Doula Support;

Funerals Remembrance, or Memorial Ceremonies;

Vigil Keeper support;

Co-creating personalized healing rituals.  

Cranbrook & Kimberley, BC

Online Support Available

Dynamic Journey End of Life Practitioner

Janet O'Dell is an  funeral and rites of passage celebrant.



Janet says,"I have witnessed so much healing in people experiencing a celebration of life or ceremony.  I am here to support you in figuring out what makes sense for you; that may include decision making, healing, processing, and more."

Comox Valley, BC

Virtual Support Available 

NILMDTS Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

The Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep mission is to introduce remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby with the free gift of professional portraiture. We believe these images serve as an important step in the family's healing process by honoring their child's legacy.

End of Life Doula Association of Canada

End-of-life doulas empower, educate and encourage people and their families to be involved in making decisions.   Like a birth doula supports women during the labor process, a death doula supports a person during the dying process.

Seeking Ceremony Megan Sheldon

Megan Sheldon is a Secular Celebrant, Grief Coach, and End of Life Storyteller. She helps people create custom ceremonies that reflect their values, beliefs, and stories. To learn more about the importance of ritual and ceremony, visit


North Vancouver, BC

Virtual Services Available

End-Of-Life Doulas, Grief Coaches, Photographers & Celebrants
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