End of Life Psychedelic Care
A Journey to Live For
At EOLPC, our mission is to educate and provide patients with access to compassionate care and support during the end-of-life process. We believe that psychedelic-assisted care can play a pivotal role in easing anxiety and depression, as well as the emotional and spiritual challenges that often accompany a life-threatening or terminal illness.
This message clearly resonates with many people. Just since our inception in May 2023 we have reached more than 1,500 people.
REAL LIFE STORIES
Psilocybin and Cancer
We know that many, many questions come up as one contemplates the use of psychedelics EOLPC offers free webinars to answer those questions.
For anyone who is passionate about serving people with life-threatening or terminal diagnoses, EOLPC offers educational courses on a wide range of topics to help you serve your clients or loved ones.
Bridging the connection.
EOLPC is pleased to offer practitioners, any professional who works in an end of life related caregiving role, the benefits of Membership. They include 10% off all courses, inclusion in the Membership Directory, and monthly Discussion Forums, led by experts to answer questions and to also allow you to network, share best practices, and swap stories with your peers.
Bridging the connection.
The biggest obstacle to embarking on a psychedelic journey can be the fear of the “trip”. Let EOLPC connect you with compassionate and experienced professionals to be there with you every step of the way. Stay tuned for announcements for the EOLPC Connector.
Dying and Psychedelics
Psychedelics Today’s David Drapkin, Christine Caldwell and Mary Telliano discuss a wide range of topics around psychedelics, death and dying. Our conversation will stimulate thoughts about your own beliefs around death and dying. You’ll learn how psychedelics can wrestle with this huge topic and bring you out whole and complete on the other side (of the journey and of life). Click here to listen.
What People Are Saying
IFS, Somatic Techniques and Supportive Touch Course Student: “I found the course to be profoundly insightful and enlightening, diving into the use of psychedelics in the context of end-of-life care [and]…I appreciated the emphasis on somatic practices, highlighting the importance of understanding and being in tune with the physical body during psychedelic experiences.”
- Jennifer Clemente
Conscious Transition Mentor and Communications Consultant
EOLPC End of Life Doula Training student: “I really enjoyed the program…I especially embraced the psychedelic aspect at the end of life and believe this can be so beneficial at this point in someone’s journey. I enjoyed our cohort and discussions we had together. I am looking to start my business this year and appreciate all the support!”
- Theresa Brumble
Medical Massage Practitioner, Transformational and Entheogenic Integration Coach
EOLPC Core Course Student: “Christine is a leader in the end of life arena. She cares deeply about normalizing death and educating others on how to die well. She brings together other like-minded professionals to better learn ways of supporting people who are dying. She has deep compassion and wisdom as is a guiding light for all in the end of life space.”
- Kathleen Offley, LMFT
LMFT, Transformation Coach and Psychedelic Integration Specialist
“EOLPC is an excellent resource for clinicians and patients. I appreciate the incredible work that Christine Caldwell is doing for our communities.”
- Jacqueline Smith
LCSW, Providence Oncology Center, Santa Rosa, CA
EOLPC Core Course Student: “Thank you for this tremendous programming series, this really has been of enormous value to me.”
- William Turner Heath
Licensed Funeral Director and End of Life Doula
“Your presentation was phenomenal and very in depth. Our team is raving about your presentation! They were taken aback by the information that we at MDA are planning to enter a study. Again, I cannot thank you enough, you know your stuff! We are so much more well informed now.”
- Amanda Hunter
MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC The University of Texas | MD Anderson Cancer Center
After watching Christine’s presentation on Psychedelic Care: Kay Perrin, PhD, stated “[She] knocked it out of the park. It was clear, concise and totally relatable.”