Our culture is largely death-phobic, yet it is something we all must face at some point. This workshop reduces potential stress for family members at an already difficult time by taking you step-by-step through the process of making a good end-of-life plan. Putting your affairs in order will also give peace of mind and a release of energy, which is then available for living life to the fullest! Work will be in the main group as well as in smaller groups, plus individual reflection.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
· recognise why it is important to plan for the future
· follow the practical steps needed to prepare well for death and dying
· start conversations with their loved ones about death and dying
· use their identified life values to help in decision-making
· have all end-of-life documentation in one place
Jane Diamond is part of the first wave of graduates to emerge from the Before I Go Academy (www.beforeigosolutions.com). She is passionate about how we “do” death and dying and enjoys helping people to get their end-of-life plans in place. She has a background in body psychotherapy as well as running a local 'death café' for two years.