$77.00 USD

End of Life Care Core Skills Education and Training Framework

7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death (Online Program)

Death & Dying Training

The self-guided 7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death online program will facilitate your personal-discovery process  and provide the essential foundation for all your pragmatic end-of-life planning.

It will help you base your end-of-life planning on your values, priorities and beliefs and lay the groundwork for you to be as prepared as possible for your inevitable death and inspire you to live your remaining life with purpose and intention

An End of Life Care Training Online Program

Focused around the digital, fillable workbook, the program pulls together Willow’s most effective self-reflection exercises from the Willow Workshops® and coaching materials.

This program includes:

  • 11 videos with Willow’s co-founders, Reena and Michelle walking you through the workbook exercises and accompanying you with examples, stories and additional tips and resources, and
  • 11 additional resource sheets and tools that provide inspiration and clarity including How to Stop Procrastinating with End-of-Life Planning.

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This material is for personal use only with the exception of Licensed Willow EOL Educators®. Copyright 2023 Willow End of Life Education and Planning. All trademarks belong to Willow End of Life Education and Planning. Used under License.



The 7 Tools online program was the best thing I could have done for myself. I needed it more than I realized for my personal grieving and growth. It made me think about the things I had been hiding from, and opened up doors I didn’t even realize I could open. I now feel ready to walk beside other people on their end-of-life journey.

Tracey Thatcher

End-of-life planning is not for the faint of heart but Michelle and Reena have created gorgeously packaged and step-by-step curriculum tools to help ease the discomfort for even the most reticent among us. In their 7 Tools program, you’ll be guided to consider what matters most to you and why, discover your fears/barriers and incomplete communications relative to this work, and determine which healthcare advance directives and before/after deathcare ideals you might want to choose for yourself. Treat yourself (and a friend and/or family member, too!) to the gift of this necessary, self-paced work. Your life (and eventual death) will be the better for it!

Danna Schmidt

7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death is genius.

Siobhan Devlin