Hosted by Josefine Speyer


Date:

Dec. 2, 2016

Start time:

6:30 p.m. (BST)

End time:

8:45 p.m. (BST)

Address:

BLANK 100, Studio 5

100 De Beauvoir Road

London

N1 4EN

United Kingdom

Cost:

£5 donation requested to cover costs

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About this Death Cafe

About this Death Cafe:

 

This beautiful studio space was offered to us for a Death Cafe by the photographer Juliane Spaete.

 

We provide gluten and dairy free refreshments and teas and ask for a donation of £5 to cover expenses.

 

For more information and put your name on the register, please book your place here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/death-cafe-dalston-tickets-29049087603

 

No tickets are needed. It is enough that your name is on the register. Thank you!

 

This Death Cafe is facilitated by Josefine Speyer and Philomena Corrigan 

 

About the hosts:

 

Josefine Speyer is a UKCP registered psychotherapist based in London with a special interest in death education. Co-founder of the Natural Death Centre charity 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. Since January 2016 she hosts Death Cafe West Hampstead at La Brioche every second Monday of the month.

 

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. In September 2016 the Natural Death Centre received the Life Time Achievements Award.

 

Philomena Corrigan is a retired nurse and a trained End-of-Life Doula. She co-hosts Death Cafe Finsbury Park and has been a regular facilitator at the monthly Death Cafe Hampstead and Death Cafe West Hampstead.


About Josefine Speyer

Josefine Speyer is a UKCP registered psychotherapist based in London with a special interest in death education. 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 until June 2015. Since January 2016 she hosts Death Cafe West Hampstead at La Brioche every second Monday of the month.

 

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. In September 2016 the Natural Death Centre received the Life Time Achievements Award.

 

Josefine holds Natural Death Salons at her home in Cricklewood, near Willesden Green station. Josefine Speyer is a UKCP registered psychotherapist based in London with a special interest in death education. 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 until June 2015. Since January 2016 she hosts Death Cafe West Hampstead at La Brioche every second Monday of the month.

 

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. In September 2016 the Natural Death Centre received the Life Time Achievements Award.

 

Josefine holds Natural Death Salons at her home in Cricklewood, near Willesden Green station.Josefine is a psychotherapist and founder of the Natural Death Centre charity. She has a special interest in death education. She has hosted Death Cafes for several years, including the popular, monthly Death Cafe Hampstead at Cafe Rouge in Hampstead High Street until it was closed in June 2015.

We now hold a monthly Death Cafe West Hampstead at La Brioche on the second Monday of the month. (Not in April) For more info see www.deathcafe.com/profile/25/

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