Hosted by Franciscan Spirituality Center


Date:

April 23, 2018

Start time:

6:00 p.m. (Central)

End time:

8:00 p.m. (Central)

Address:

Franciscan Spirituality Center

920 Market Street

La Crosse, WI

54601

United States

Suggested donation:

No cost

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About this Death Cafe

We at the Franciscan Spirituality Center have found that the topic of death and dying is of interest to many people in the La Crosse area.  We would like to offer a safe, welcoming environment for people to engage in meaningful conversation around death and dying.  


About Franciscan Spirituality Center

Host:  The Franciscan Spirituality Center is a sacred place of peace and hospitality for those seeking spiritual renewal, personal and professional growth, healing, transformation and deeper self-awareness. We are dedicated to supporting anyone in their search for God, meaning and wholeness.

Come as you are. Everyone is welcome. Peace and all good!

 

 

 

Facilitator:  Jackie Yaeger, M.D., is board certified in Family Medicine and Palliative Care. Dr. Yaeger has worked in a variety of settings including rural medicine with obstetrics, Indian Health Service, academic medicine and hospice. She served as Hospice Medical Director at Gundersen Health System from 2009-2017.

 

In addition to her medical training, Dr. Yaeger is certified by the Conscious Dying Institute (Boulder, CO) as a Sacred Passage Guide/Death Doula and is a graduate of Frank Ostaseski’s Metta Institute program for end-of-life practitioners in Northern California. She has also completed the 3-Year Spiritual Deepening for Global Transformation program at The Christine Center in Willard Wisconsin.

In August 2017, Dr. Yaeger opened Home Visit Doctor, LLC, a solo practice designed specifically to serve frail elders and people facing life-limiting illness. Her practice is membership based, features home visits and 24/7 availability by cell phone.

 


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