About Me

Nina Guertin is a trained End-of Life / Death Doula, a trained and certified Interfaith Spiritual Director, a Grief Support Specialist, Ritualist / Celebrant, and an Angel Artist.

Nina serves as an End of Life Doula Volunteer for Heartland Hospice and as the Lead End of Life Doula Volunteer and Mentor with Sholom-Johnson Hospice.

As a Death Educator, she enjoys teaching a six-part series on preparing for death, and is available to speak to on the following topics:  What’s a Doula Do?,  Vigil Planning, Ritual Work at End of Life, Sacred Oils, The Four Elements, Meaning and Legacy, The Dance of Bereavement, Art and Processing Grief, Art and Legacy, Stillbirth and Grief, What Is Death Education? She has spoken to groups with over 9,000 in attendance.

Nina has more than twenty years’ experience in clay work and and facilitates Healing HeART Experiences with clay in her studio in NE Minneapolis. She also offers one-on-one Spiritual Direction, Group Spiritual Direction, Retreats, and End of Life Webinars.

Nina is a co-founder and member of The Minnesota Death Collaborative, a member of the International End-of-Life Doula Association (INELDA), The Minnesota Threshold Network, The National End-of-Life Doula Alliance (NEDA), The Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death, Sacred Ground Center for Spirituality, Spiritual Directors International (SDI), and the Minnesota Enneagram Association.

Nina holds a Proficiency Badge with the National End-of-Life Doula Alliance, and is in the process of certifying with the International End-of-Life Doula Association.