Posted by Josefine Speyer
Hosted by Josefine Speyer
Sept. 12, 2016
6:30 p.m. (BST)
9:15 p.m. (BST)
238 West End Lane
NW6 1 LU
The event is free, but donations are welcome!
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
We meet every second Monday of the month (except April and August).
Book a place via Eventbrite to help us safe admin time (no need to print out a ticket) and join us for drink, food and conversation about dying, death and what is beyond.
Please come prepared to spend about £8 on food and drink to make it worthwhile for the cafe owner.
Arrive from 6pm and order food and drink at the bar.
We start at 6.30pm. We will take a short break after 8pm, followed by a plenary/feedback from each table in the whole group. The evening ends at 9.15pm. The last 10 minutes of the evening are taken up with filling in feedback sheets. Your feedback will be published anonymously as part of a write-up on our Death Cafe page.
We take photos to add to the write-ups you can read here. Please let us know if you do not want to be in the picture.
We have room for up to 30 people. Please cancel if you cannot come.
We look forward to seeing you!
About Josefine Speyer
Josefine Speyer is a UKCP registered psychotherapist based in London with a special interest in death education, offering workshops, seminars and supervision. With her husband Nicholas Albery she founded of the Natural Death Centre charity (1991) www.naturaldeath.org.uk of which she is now a patron, and the Befriending Network charity (1994), now named OxBeL www.oxbel.org.uk
and part of Age UK.
She has hosted Death Cafes since 2012, at her home in NW London, Oxford, Lewes and the very popular monthly Death Cafe Hampstead at Cafe Rouge in Hampstead which closed in June 2015. Since January 2016 we have started up again, as Death Cafe West Hampstead at La Brioche.
For over twenty years Josefine has held death education workshops, courses, death discussion groups and talks. as part of the NDC's educational program and privately.
She also holds Natural Death Salons at her home in Cricklewood, near Willesden Green station.
She will be taking part the Guardian's Utopia 2016 in October: 'How to die a Good Death':
Philomena Corrigan co-facilitates this Death Cafe since 2014. Philomena is retired nurse, a Samaritan volunteer and a trained Death Doula. She also is a host of Death Cafe Finsbury Park.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe
Please also see: http://www.facebook.com/deathcafewesthampstead