About Us

Welcome to Death Doula Professionals

At Death Doula Professionals, we are dedicated to providing holistic, non-medical support to individuals and families navigating the end-of-life journey.

Founded by Brooke, a certified Death Doula, End-of-Life Planning Professional, Certified Public Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner; our mission is to offer compassionate guidance, emotional support, and practical assistance to ensure a dignified and peaceful transition.

With a deep commitment to honoring each person’s unique wishes and needs, we serve the Albuquerque metro area and the State of New Mexico, bringing comfort and care to those in their final stages of life.


Brooke’s Journey as a Death Doula

As a Death Doula and End-of-Life Planning Professional, Brooke provides holistic, non-medical care for individuals nearing the end of life, as well as their families and loved ones.

Her approach includes guiding clients through preplanning needs, such as advance directives, wills, and other important financial matters.

Brooke also helps create legacy projects, ensuring a part of her clients lives on with their loved ones. She collaborates with clients to develop detailed death plans that align with their wishes, reducing fear and anxiety and allowing them to live their remaining days on their own terms.

During the end-of-life stage, Brooke offers continuous non-medical support, filling the gaps when medical and hospice teams are not available.


Brooke’s Personal Story

In many families, there is often one person who naturally steps up to help when someone is nearing the end of life. For Brooke, that person has always been her. From her earliest adult years, she has been the go-to support for family and friends facing end-of-life challenges. Her father’s passing in 2015 profoundly impacted her and inspired her to consider a new career path, despite owning a construction company with her husband at the time.

In 2023, after selling their construction business, Brooke took some time off to reflect on her future. When asked what she would do if money were no object, her immediate response was a surprise to everyone: “I would work in hospice, but I am not a nurse.” The idea seemed far-fetched until a friend suggested she consider becoming a Death Doula. This suggestion sparked a quick internet search and the beginning of her journey.

Recognizing the lack of specific government licensure for Death Doulas, Brooke diligently researched various end-of-life doula training programs. In January 2024, she began her training and by March 11, 2024, she was certified as a Doulagivers End of Life Doula. In April 2024, Brooke launched Death Doula Professionals in Albuquerque, NM, proudly offering her services throughout the metro area and the State of New Mexico.