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A Death Café is an opportunity for people, often strangers, to gather around morning tea and discuss death, dying and beyond. There is no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Anyone 18 years and over who wants a unique chance to chat, increase awareness of death + help make the most of your (finite) life.
This course is completely fee-free, as part of our service to the community.
CAN FRIENDS OR FAMILY MEMBERS COME?
Anyone that would like to attend is welcome. There will be a total of 10 people per session.
This workshop is delivered by Talitha Mitchell, an experienced End of Life Doula or Deathwalker. Her goal is to support individuals, couples and families of all cultures, beliefs and identities in a holistic space through end-of-life transitions and beyond. Navigating end of life may be somewhat overwhelming, so having the support of an End Of Life Doula can bridge the gaps between medical staff, family, caregivers & other providers, to create meaningful, peaceful, personal and empowered end of life transitions. She provides support, advocacy, information, education & continuity, with calm compassionate presence.
Credit to Jon Underwood with founding Death Café based on the work of Bernard Crettaz, deathcafe.com.
Available in Murwillumbah. see below for details