Posted by CoxCourtney
Hosted by Candice Courtney
Nov. 4, 2017
3:30 p.m. (Mountain Standard U.S.)
5:30 p.m. (Mountain Standard U.S.)
102 E. Pima Street
The venue is charging $7.50 for coffee or tea and cake. Attendees are not required to purchase.
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
I met Lizzy Miles at a conference about 5 years ago and she told me about Death Cafes. I have wanted to host one since then, but life's unexpected events kept preventing me from doing so until recently. When I heard that Jon had died, it spurred me to make it happen as a tribute to him.
About Candice Courtney
Candice Courtney has been fascinated with cultural anthropology since the early 90s when she began studying rituals connected with major life passages, such as death, marriage and birth, as well as ritual traditions connected with holidays. Her custom ceremonies, workshops, and writings have enriched the lives of people all over the U. S. She presents at national and international conferences to help others move through their journey with greater grace and meaning. She is the author of Healing Through Illness, Living Through Dying: Guidance and Rituals for Patients, Families, and Friends.
Oren Cox is a certified thanatologist (thanatology being the study of death with a particular focus on psychological and spiritual aspects as well as family dynamics, and bereavement.) Previously, Oren worked as a mortician, and now holds a doctorate in Transformative Studies from the philosophy department at California Institute of Integral Studies. He is a professor at Grand Canyon University, and a certified grief counselor working in the Phoenix area.