The principles of love and service are the foundation of Voyages. Our founder, Elizabeth, is committed to ensuring that financial burden never be an obstacle to people receiving the support they deserve. To that end, she offers free counseling, education and advocacy to individuals, families and organizations across her various fields of expertise. For more information and collaborative inquiries, please contact Elizabeth directly with any questions.
End of Life Education
Rev. Elizabeth offers education and training to healthcare providers and community organizations regarding the nuances of end of life care within and outside the traditional healthcare model, and regarding end of life options and resources. Informed through her work in hospice and in private practice with Integrated MD Care, Elizabeth has intimately served hundreds of patients and families in their end of life journeys. Through this experience she has become expertly fluent in the emotional, ethical and logistical nuances of the options and obstacles that patients and families face in complex palliative and end of life care.
Social Justice & Complex Grief
Rev. Elizabeth works with local and national advocacy organizations, such as Say Their Name and Say Their Names LA, to support families dealing with the impact of systemic disempowerment, police violence and judicial injustice. Elizabeth provides staff education that weaves decades of experience with the intersection of trauma, loss and social justice movement, and offers complimentary counseling to the bereaved families facing the nuances of complex grief.
Research & Public Policy Advocacy
Rev. Elizabeth serves as a research consultant for organizations seeking expert, bilingual support in preparing and executing research projects in the fields of Grief, Palliative Care, End of Life Care, Health and Mental Health Care. Her recent experience includes:
University of San Diego, Moore's Cancer Center: Understanding best practices for multidisciplinary Palliative Care practitioners supporting terminal Hispanic patients and their families.
University of Southern California, UCSD's Owen Clinic: Evidencing adaptations to evidence-based interventions for new populations, specifically investigating the efficacy of validated end-of-life therapeutic modalities to adults living with HIV.
Centric Consulting: Evidencing adaptations to evidence-based interventions for new populations, specifically investigating the efficacy of new, non-invasive treatment options in Palliative and End of Life Care.
Mental Health & Veterinary Medicine
Rev. Elizabeth consults with local veterinary providers working to bring mental health care into the underserved community of Veterinary Medicine. Elizabeth provides guidance and education regarding business development, interdisciplinary healthcare teams, grief and end of life care & resources, and advocacy in public policy paradigm shifts.
Spiritual Evolution & Community
Rev. Elizabeth collaborates with aligned healing arts providers and community organizations, such as Grief.Coach, Attitude of Gratitude and The Effect, working to further social paradigm shifts and public policy changes. Elizabeth supports their leadership in business development, provides expert contribution for their offerings, and mentors their membership in grief and spiritual explorations.
Donations to philanthropic projects may be made via Venmo to @VoyagesLLC.
“Gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.”
- G. K. Chesterton