Coming to WhidbeyHealth Hospice with more than 20 years of continuous chaplain experience, it is a privilege to be welcomed into the homes of others and listen to their life stories, their needs and what is important to them in the present, as part of the whole Hospice Team.
Patient Care Philosophy
- Open to listening to others and having the privilege of holding their stories as they are shared.
- Providing religious and/or spiritual support as defined by the patients.
- Non-judgmental care provided as each person chooses how they would like to be cared for.
- Bachelor of Science, Education: Stetson University
- Masters of Divinity, Theology: McAfee School of Theology
- 70+ hours in Sacred Art of Dying
- Association of Professional Chaplains
- 50 hours of annual continuing education
When she isn’t providing spiritual counseling, Charlotte enjoys gardening, being in the outdoors, traveling to state and national parks, spending time with friends and family, puzzles, reading non-fiction books.