Emily's greatest joy is connecting with people at a deeper level.
Her life has been a lattice with the threads of medical work, spiritual work, and end-of-life doula work weaving together in holistic, sacred ways.
With the increasing dysfunction of our current healthcare model, more and more people can no longer afford expensive health insurance. Even when we have insurance, a lot of services are not covered.
Also, the current medical system does not allow physicians to spend quality time with their patients. This negatively impacts the quality of care the physicians can provide.
Dr. Webb opted out of the insurance system so she can provide compassionate, holistic care at a reasonable cost to people who want it.
Dr. Webb has more than 20 years of clinical experience. She practices in Northern Colorado serving Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor and nearby areas. She is board certified with American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
We live in a very unsettling time. It's easy to feel overwhelmed and lost if we don't know what the reality is.
We normally function out of our survival fight-flight-freeze mode when we are under stress. Without retraining our brain, when triggered, we would most likely react from a fear-based model rather than respond with clarity and wisdom.
Using practical skills, Emily will help you find the inner compass in you so there is more clarity, peace and joy in your life.
Emily is a certified mindfulness meditation teacher, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program (MMTCP). She teaches and guides people virtually, and meets with people in Northern Colorado serving Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor and nearby areas.
Death is not the opposite of life. It is part of life. We all have to go through it.
Our society gives us the message that death and dying are not supposed to occur, which can further add anxiety and fear to a natural process which will occur to all of us.
As an end-of-life doula, Emily accompanies and supports the dying and their families during this difficult time so they are not alone in this. Emily believes no one should die alone. If you are living alone and facing a terminal diagnosis, allow Emily to support you in whatever you need. If it's a trip to the grocery store, or you need someone to walk your dog, or you just want someone to share things with, she is here for you with a non-judgmental open-hearted presence. Many people also find comfort in doing guided meditations dealing with fear and anxiety.
Emily is a trained member of International End-of-Life Doula Association (INELDA). She serves in Northern Colorado areas including Fort Collins, Loveland and Windsor.