Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

The Prognosis is Life Threatening — What next? 17th January, Shrewsbury This class explores the perspectives of the patient, the carer, and the law. Join us for a helpful discussion about the things that matter. The artist, patient and activist, Keith Haring believed that ignorance=fear, silence=death, and knowledge=power. This class aims to empower the patient, carer and those in health and social care about what it means to receive a terminal diagnosis and what can be done to help the…

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Part 1: How to talk about death in healthy ways – 24 January, Church Stretton

This popular full-day workshop is perfect for anyone wanting to increase his/her confidence and improve communications around death, dying and loss with clients, patients, students, the general public, family, friends or colleagues. Do not miss this opportunity to take a class with Dr Wester, an expert in death studies, who livens the topic with practical and fascinating material. The Part One workshop, with 5 hours Continuing Professional Development certificate, will help you: Understand why talking about death matters Think differently…

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Part 2: Understanding Grief – 31 January, Church Stretton

Building confidence and resilience to deal with life’s greatest challenges–death, dying and loss. Understanding Grief will: • Extend your knowledge of how grief affects the individual, workplace or community • Improve your ability to console the bereaved • Review notions of time and how to use them • Help you understand the behaviours of the bereaved • Explore the meaning of Legacy • Cover the importance of memory & memorial “This class has helped me to be mindful that everyone…

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Death of a Companion Pet – 7th February, Ludlow

Why does the death of a companion pet hurt so much? A new class from CEDAR Education The death of a companion pet can be quite devastating to those who have developed a special bond with their dog, cat or other pet. Deep feelings of grief are natural. However, some people will find it difficult to express their sadness, or console a person who has lost a pet. This talk from the death education expert, Dr Judith Wester, will cover…

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Death in the 21st Century–on and offline – 13th March, Shrewsbury

Please join us for another of our fascinating short classes from CEDAR. Listen, learn and ask questions of our experts in death education in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. This talk will explore: How new notions of time are changing our view of death The Ghost in the Computer: Keeping the deceased’s Facebook active Memorialisation on Social Media New debates around euthanasia New technology/eco-friendly choices in body disposal All fees from our classes go to support our Life Lessons death education…

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CEDAR Death Cafe – 1st May, Shrewsbury

No one’s talking about it…except at the Death Cafe. Come break the taboo over tea, coffee and cake and learn more about life’s greatest mystery. Everyone of all ages is welcome. With tea and cake from the wonderful Palmer’s, come and enjoy an introductory talk by Dr Judith Wester of CEDAR Education. Then ask questions or share stories with your companion tea drinkers in a safe and kind environment. What’s been said about our past events: “It was a great…

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Part 1: How to talk about death in healthy ways – 11th September, Shrewsbury

This popular full-day workshop is perfect for anyone wanting to increase his/her confidence and improve communications around death, dying and loss with clients, patients, students, the general public, family, friends or colleagues. Do not miss this opportunity to take a class with Dr Wester, an expert in death studies, who livens the topic with practical and fascinating material. The Part One workshop, with 5 hours Continuing Professional Development certificate, will help you: Understand why talking about death matters Think differently…

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Part 2: Understanding Grief – 18th September, Shrewsbury

Building confidence and resilience to deal with life’s greatest challenges–death, dying and loss. Understanding Grief will: • Extend your knowledge of how grief affects the individual, workplace or community • Improve your ability to console the bereaved • Review notions of time and how to use them • Help you understand the behaviours of the bereaved • Explore the meaning of Legacy • Cover the importance of memory & memorial “This class has helped me to be mindful that everyone…

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CEDAR  Education
CEDAR  Education  is  dedicated  to  teaching everyone  how  to  understand,  accept  and  respond to  death,  dying  and  loss  in  healthy  and appropriate  ways  with  clients,  patients,  students, and  in  personal  relationships.
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