Doula Gathering for LWDW Doulas and Doulas in Training Only


6 – 7 September

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An Evening with Kathryn Mannix

Galway Ireland

Thursday 12th September

Kathryn Mannix is on a mission: she wants us to understand dying, so that we can be better prepared and less afraid. She hopes that by talking more openly, planning ahead, and using real words instead of euphemisms, we can live better as well as die better. Drawing on her long experience in palliative care and in cognitive behaviour therapy, her best-selling book 'With the End in Mind' is an invitation to reclaim the forgotten wisdom about life's ending. Find out more

Planning for End of Life

Community Workshop - Cambridge

Friday 27 September 2019 2pm to 6pm

Whilst we cannot control the time and cause of our death we can influence where and how we are cared for.  On this interactive workshop we will provide information on how you can plan for the end of your life.  We believe this can be done at any stage of life so there is more likelihood that your preferences will be respected and you can relieve those you love of having to make difficult decisions on your behalf.

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What do End of Life Doulas Do?

Intro Day in Cambridge

Saturday 28 September 2019 10am to 4pm

For the curious, general public, carers, therapists, health and social care professionals and those interested in our end of life training.

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Ceremonial Care of the Body Workshop

Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th September

Award winning Holly's Funerals brings to you a weekend of learning and fun.

In this two day course you will learn with the expert guidance of Holly Clarke. You will learn practical,emotional and spiritual methods of caring for people who have died as well as learning how to support and guide families to help in the care of their dead to ensure you are best prepared when supporting people at the end of their life.

Find out more here