Testimony(Connie delaMorandiere)

Testimony(Connie delaMorandiere)

Cindy has been a major influence in my own grief process. Her loving guidance and direction has dramatically changed how I managed guilt and trauma, enabling healing of memories resulting in added peace to my daily life.

Testimony (Michelle Bois-Clark)

Testimony (Michelle Bois-Clark)

I had discussions with Cindy about faith, spirituality and our respective journey's. Deeply passionate about loving others as God loves them, Cindy honors the spark of divinity in everyone and this is the core to her ministry. When Cindy turns her clear blue gaze on you, she is fully engaged and present and fulfilling her mission by holding you in her attention and responding to God's light in you.

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Testimony(Sarah Heithorn)

My experience with Cindy Dube has left a meaningful impression on me, and a profound confidence in her aptitude for and capacity to minister to the needs of others. Cindy approaches her vocation with sharp insight, discernment, and conviction, and meets others with sincerity, gentleness, and a true desire to fulfill the interests of God's Kingdom in their lives. Cindy's ministry will bless all those who encounter her.

Testimony (Lyndsay Thompson, RP)

Testimony (Lyndsay Thompson, RP)

It has been such a joy and honor to get to know Cindy. She exudes compassionate curiosity in all her conversations. She demonstrates deep kindness, patience and love when she companions with those experiencing grief and loss. She is openminded and always willing to listen. It’s a gift to know her!

Testimony (Rev. Dr. Matthew McEwen)

Testimony (Rev. Dr. Matthew McEwen)

I had the privilege of studying alongside Cindy and know her to be a gifted minister who brings compassion and sensitivity into difficult situations. Her abilities in pastoral care bring reassurance and confidence as she helps those she serves find both peace and hope.

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DEATH AND GRIEF CARE

You Are Not Alone

 
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MY STORY

     Hello my name is Cindy Dube. I am a Certified Thanatologist Pastoral Specialist (CTPS). This is a fancy way of saying that I have been certified by meeting the professional standards set forth by the Canadian Council of Professional Certification (CCPC) Global Inc. Or that I have in-depth knowledge and experience in struggle, grief, death and dying from multiple perspectives – medical, physical, psychological, spiritual, ethical, social, and more. 

  

     I've walked along side people with a pastoral approach as they journey through the wilderness of grief and dying. If your life's narrative has brought you to my site, I'm glad you are here. I bear witness to your story and offer you a safe place and invitation to understand what you are going through as we explore together what has changed.

     My journey in the field of pastoral care and thanatology started over 30 years ago as I entered the health care sector as a paramedic. My care for people changed from solely the physical body to the call of attending to the brokenness of death and grief. Instead of trying to save lives and reduce the result of trauma, I now companion those who are dying, have suffered through different types of losses or require critical incident stress management services. 

 

Cindy Dube, MTS, CTPS, AEMCA