End of life counseling gives the opportunity to speak openly and without moral prejudice about mortality and the choices people have how to die humane with keeping self-determination .
The person who thinks about the end of life and tries to imagine how death could or should look like, will find it helpfull to talk with counselors who have expertise knowledge about the many ways there are to die peacefully (self-euthanasia, euthanasia, physician assisted suicide, palliative care and so on).
After all, the one who gets good accompaniment, support and information, is able to reach a high quality of end of life decision. It could also be that acquired knowledge gives rise to continuation of life: it offers peace when it is known that there are possibilities in due time to die peacefully without being or becoming dependent.
The counselor is a partner and a consultant for the client, but not a caregiver or therapist.
When the counseling directs toward a carefully prepared and carried out self-euthanasia (with own responsibility and control), there can be given up-to-date practical information about how to manage such a accurately organized suicide (methodes and medicines).
And when the focus of the counseling directs toward improving the quality of life, steps how to manage this will be discussed and/or you may be referred to other forms of professional assistance.
For general questions about the end of life counseling, you can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form.
If you have a counseling question, you can directly contact a counselor.