About this Death Cafe
Many of our elder law firm clients are facing their own eventual fate or dealing with the loss of a life partner or family member. Dying is a deeply individual and transformative experience that should be supported by community and compassion. My goal is to move the dying experience away from a sterile, traumatic medical event into a sacred rite of passage. No one should fear death because we all have to experience it. By understanding and finding acceptance of your individual fate makes every day and every breath more beautiful and valuable.
About Cricket Haley
Cricket has worked in Elder Law for 10 years and is a Certified Elder Care Coordinator by the Stockton University Center on Successful Aging. She is a 200 hour yoga teacher with training in Senior Yoga from Duke University's Center for Integrative Medicine.
In addition, Cricket has completed training from the International End of Life Doula Association as a death midwife. She has long been an advocate for increased awareness of issues related to death and dying. She is also an avid fitness enthusiast and shadow work facilitator.
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