Julie's Life and Work
The concept of "sacred responsibility" is one that resonates deeply with Julie and embodies her practice. Julie's life has been about helping individuals who are physically, mentally or otherwise compromised. She understands the enormous trust that is bestowed to her with each new client, and does not take this lightly. She is honored to work with your family.
Julie is experienced and skilled at working with diverse populations and families who have deep discord and friction.
A cooperative, inclusive ethos guides her work with all members of every family. Her services range from a one-time consultation to ongoing involvement and monitoring.
Julie lives with her family, dogs, and cats in Seattle. When she is not advocating for her client's, she enjoys reading, entertaining, practicing yoga, walking the dogs, hanging at the beach, cooking and volunteering.
I acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe. I invite you to join me in acknowledging and thanking indigenous people for their ongoing stewardship wherever you are located.
Over two decades of Aging and Care Management
Bachelor's Degree of General Studies, University of Iowa
Emphasis in Social Work
Certificate in Aging Studies
Level 1 and Level 2 Death Doula Training, A Scared Passing
Inspired by Molly Kennon
Creator of bedside Yoga and End of Life Care class
Member of The Washington State Association of Health Advocacy Association (WASHAA)
Past Board Member of A Sacred Passing (A non-profit organization for death midwifery and community education).
"Thank you Julie!
I think it was extraordinarily helpful talking to you. I have had a conversation with my sister, mom and dad (separately), since then, and I know that all of those conversations wouldn't have happened without the confidence and guidance you gave."
— Holly H.