Death Cafe West Hampstead

Hosted by Josefine Speyer


Date:

Dec. 11, 2017

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (BST)

End time:

9:00 p.m. (BST)

Address:

St. Emmanuel's Church

Lyncroft Gardens

West Hampstead

London

NW6 1JU

United Kingdom

Suggested donation:

£5 donation to cover expenses (room hire, teas, cake,posters, )

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About this Death Cafe

Limited to 12 people.

Please book via Eventbrite to register your name. No need for printing a ticket.

Let us know if you have to cancel so someone else can take your place.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/death-cafe-west-hampstead-tickets-31028087846  

Please arrive on time.

We provide teas and cake.

The meeting room is inside the actual church on the far side of the church entrance on the ground floor, next to the kitchen. We now have wheelchair access!

The church is not far from Brioche Cafe, our previous venue.

If you are coming from the Underground or overground stations, walk up West End Lane towards Fortune Green.

St Emmanuel's Church is at the far side of the Green, at the corner of Lyncroft Gardens. The entrance is in Lyncroft Gardens.


About Josefine Speyer

Josefine Speyer is a UKCP registered Integrative psychotherapist, supervisor and death educator based in London. She holds death education workshops, Natural Death Salons and death cafés.

She was a co-founder, director and trustee of the Natural Death Centre (1991) of the Befriending Network (1994). Her work with the NDC and the BN have led her to appreciate the psychological benefits of preparing for death and of family-organized, environmentally friendly funerals. She was co-editor of the Natural Death Handbook (2003) and a contributor to the 2012 edition.

After death communications following her husband’s death in a car accident in 2001 led her to research these phenomena. A paper “Psycho-spiritual transformation through bereavementwas published online with Dr. Mary Murray, Royal College of Psychiatry, London, in 2011.

She is a contributor to Rosalind Bradley’s book ‘A Matter of Life and Death’, (Kingsley, 2016). http://rosbradley.com/matter-life-death-josefine-speyer/


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