We aim to make dying an experience that holds the potential for profound meaning and transformation for both the dying, and the communities supporting them.
The CEOLC Program was developed as part of a larger effort to improve end of life care in Canada. We are committed to our role as a leader in a revolutionary development of human awareness that is transforming how we live, die and relate to others.
Through 5 weekend modules scheduled over a 5 month period, students learn with leading clinicians and pioneers in the growing field of end of life care. Each month consists of virtual classes and experiential components, readings, and personal reflections.
Students are introduced to a multiplicity of tools and practices which allow them to serve the dying with sensitivity and skill while cultivating their capacity for presence and compassion through the practice of mindfulness techniques and simple rituals.
An innovative gathering of some of the most influential, stimulating and inspirational minds and change-makers; from leaders in the fields of end life care & medicine, to wellness, art and spirituality. Join us as we re-imagine, experience and reconcile our relationship and understanding of life and death. Join the movement to explore how we can transform how we die & celebrate life!
Our training program introduces a contemplative dimension to end of life care through educating and enhancing a trainees' fluency in the bio-psycho-social-spiritual and legal, ethical and medical dimensions of caring for the dying and preparing them to serve in a variety of environments including private homes, hospices, and community organizations.
- Flexible Payment Plans
- Scholarships Available
- Learn more for less
- Virtual Classroom via Zoom
- Part-time Weekend Schedule
- Study from anywhere
- Learn with Local & International Visionaries in EOL
- Practical & Experiential in-class exercises
- Connections & Resources in EOLC
Ready to find out more about our CEOLC Program?
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You cannot peel away death from life.
Part of the problem is we've sequestered the two.
We are beyond honoured to work with some of the most experienced, skilled and generous practitioners in End of Life Care.
Palliative Care Nurse
Palliative Care Nurse
End of Life Doula/Educator
For current schedule & dates open the application.
We have crafted a series of CEU and public interest events in the areas of end of life care, living and dying well with both local and international visionaries, authors and teachers. It is a wonderful way to experience the environment of mindful, compassionate learning that we have created at ITM.
Sign up and we will keep you updated on all the upcoming events, gatherings and teachings.
Dying in Good Hands: Certificate Training with Christine Sutherland
Who Should Join
- Hospice & Longterm Care Workers
- Integrative Health Professionals
- Massage Therapists
- Volunteers, Family & Friends
- Effective, safe massage & hydrotherapy
- Massage techniques for various conditions
- Practical training at local end of life facility
- Wheel Chair Massage
- Over 3 decades of teaching massage
- Co-Founder of Sutherland-Chan School
- International Speaker/Teacher
- Author of Dying & Birthing in Good Hands