ABOUT US

Gallatin Valley Circle of Compassion is a volunteer group of local community members who are professionally and/or personally touched by the human experience of death and dying.  Founding Committee Members came together in 2011 at the invitation of Dr. Susan Kreitzberg to explore how we might join our unique backgrounds, skills and perspectives to help shift the current paradigm about this very human and challenging subject. After considerable dialogues, debates, tears and laughter, we identified our mission and began offering an annual community conference.

 

Our annual conference features a diverse array of topics and speakers. We are committed to offering an inclusive forum where conference attendees are exposed to a wide spectrum of information and ideas. The philosophies of any individual presenter do not necessarily reflect the views of this non-profit organization.

Learn more about Gallatin Valley Circle of Compassion on this YPR Radio Interview of our Founder, Susan Kreitzberg, ND.

Steering Committee Members //

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Arlene Hoag

End of life vigil volunteer for hospice

Adjunct volunteer with Living/Dying Project

Jan Young

Jan Young

Physical Therapist (Retired)

Interested in End-of-Life Matters

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EDY HARRINGTON

Physical Therapist (Retired)

Interested in End-of-Life Matters

Sharon Tholt

SHARON THOLT, RN

Home and Community Based Services Case Manager

Spectrum/Benefis Medical

Rachel Smith

RACHEL SMITH

Volunteer Coordinator

Hospice of Bozeman Health

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TAWNYA HEALY

Reiki Master, In End of Life Doula training

Susan Kreitzberg, N.D. 

Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine(Retired)

Founder- Gallatin Valley Circle of Compassion-2011

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Gallatin Valley Circle of Compassion is a volunteer group of local community members who are professionally and/or personally touched by the human experience of death and dying.

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