Paths of Death and Dying.
Holistic and unique, end-of-life support and care for people and their families.
Lola is currently working in the Netherlands and will be out of Australia for an indefinite period. You can still contact her for advice and support through the contact form on this website, by email, or on her Dutch phone number below.
Lola is a qualified and experienced Counsellor, End-of-Life Consultant, and Independent Funeral Planner, specializing in holistic and unique, end-of-life support and care for both her clients and their families.
Lola is also an NDIS provider, meaning she can provide end of life counselling services under the NDIS scheme.
"Our most difficult task as a friend is offering understanding when we do not understand."
- Robert Brault
Below are just a few of the many services we can offer.
End of Life Service
Support for those who are nearing the end of their life.
Gentle and personal support to manage change.
Allow a carer to attend to their everyday activities without guilt.
Keynote Speaking and Workshops
Lola can prepare a home vigil, including natural after death care.
Lola specialises in creative, unique and personalised funerals.
Lola and Picaluna bring to you a straight forward process so you don’t have to think too much when you’re already challenged to your limits in the loss and shock of losing a loved one.
The most valuable part of the journey with Lola and Picaluna is their high level of accommodation to your needs and special requests in relation to honouring your lost loved one. I don’t know where I’d be if I was not able to spend time with my husband’s body after he passed. Lola and I prepared his body at our family home with a ceremony. This time was sacred and special. I was able to capture a lasting memory of his vessel, the one that had carried him 56 years.
It really helped me to come to terms with the difficult realisation that he really was gone. Without this opportunity I would not be as far ahead in the acceptance of the loss and likely I’d still be in a lot of denial. Thank you Lola and Picaluna, deeply grateful you were there when I needed you".