27th July 2016
6:45pm for a 7pm Start
Ends at 8:45pm
Death Café: A Place To Talk About Death
Are you interested in the topic of death and dying but find that many people don’t want to talk about it? Then you might enjoy a Death Café. In my role as a Soul Midwife and as a Counsellor specialising in grief and loss I started a Death Café in my local area. We meet about once every three months at:
(Very close to VW Train Station and a large car park.)
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Death Café is a global movement that brings people together for lively conversations about death while enjoying delicious things to eat and drink! It is a safe, relaxed environment and welcomes discussion about death and related concepts, whether they are personal, philosophical or logistical in nature. This is not a bereavement group, nor is it a form of grief support or counselling, just a welcoming space for anyone who has a curiosity or wish to discuss death and dying, thereby casting light into the dark and affirming life.
What Anne Thought of her First Cafe
"I found the session really useful, especially the information about hospices which I was unaware of. After some reflection I realise that for me one of the best things about the group is that the other people are strangers and none of us are likely to judge each other, so I feel that I can speak honestly. I wonder if others feel the same?"
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Englefield Green has its own Death Café run by Katrina Taee. At Death Cafés people discuss death whilst enjoying coffee and cake. The aim is to increase awareness of death and to help people make the most of their (finite) lives.
Katrina and a colleague have written a book about grief. It is a concise visual guide to grief and and is also a useful resource for those supporting loved ones who grieve. Hopefully it will be published this year.
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