Amy Lawlor Levine is the Executive Director and Director of Education and Training for The Doula Program to Accompany and Comfort, a non-profit organization in New York City. Her work in end of life and serious illness has been recognized in publications such as The New York Times. She has been a contributing writer to the Huffington Post on her work with people at the end of life. Amy is a clinical social worker whose vast professional experience includes hospice care and geriatric psychiatry. She created the Palliative Care Doula Volunteer program which is used by major hospitals. In addition to her work with the Doula Program to Accompany and Comfort, she is an international consultant and speaker creating interactive training programs for professionals in healthcare and social services as well as for the general public. Contact Amy at www.amylevineconsulting.com.