Death Cafe Webinar

Posted by Columbus Death Cafe/Lizzy Miles on March 12, 2014, 5:29 p.m. 3 comments

Hi all,

In conjunction with the Association for Death Education and Counseling, I am hosting a webinar about Death Cafe:

The Death Café Movement: Engaging the Community with Conversations about Death

You do not need to attend this webinar in order to host your own Death Cafe.  The guidelines for how to host are right here on this website at

HOWEVER, if you have never talked directly with me regarding my Death Cafe work, and you are a new or prospective host, you may want to attend.  I will explain discuss what I have learned from hosting and mentoring other hosts.  I will explain best practices, but also the why behind the what.  There will be plenty of time for Q&A.  Full disclosure:  I am getting paid a flat fee for my time in preparing for and conducting this webinar.  I am using 100% of the stipend towards my Hong Kong trip to present the Death Cafe concept at the International Conference on Grief and Bereavement.  That trip and conference is entirely out of pocket because I feel strongly about the value of the Death Cafe concept and want to help practitioners all over the world.

Warmest Regards,

Lizzy Miles


Dr. Susan Kelly, Family Therapist

I would like to know how to run a class for folks interested in exploring death in a safe and positive manner.

I live in Briarcliff Manor, in Westchester County, New York.

Thank you.

Posted by Susan Kelly


Thanks for doing this. it sounds like a great idea! I went to the site to sign up and haven't been able to find the link to register. Can you post it somewhere easy to find?


Posted by Jonathan

More Webinars? New York City area

Hello. I just discovered Death Cafe through a friend and practitioner in the Bay Area in California and I have an interest to boost events in New York City. While the guide is great, I'd like to avail myself of a webinar and/or have a one-on-one with someone who has hosted a Death Cafe. Any and all adivce would be appreciated. Thank you!

Posted by Martin G.

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