Date & Time
9:30 am - 5:30 pm
The Art of Dying Institute presents:
In this one-day workshop, we will explore what it means to face dying and explore the legacies you will leave behind. Using the end-of-life doula techniques of guided imagery, facilitated life review, and creating meaningful legacy projects, you will touch what it means to face dying in the context of your own life.
This will give you a deeper and more personal understanding of how you can serve the dying. The experiential exercises that make up the day will let you dive into the heart of the death positive movement and the beauty of doula work.
A One-Day Workshop
Saturday, February 15, 2020, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
$220 (Members & Nonmembers) Early Bird rate of $190 expires on 1/6
This program can be taken individually or as part of a Learning Path Package we’ve curated for our members.
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New York Open Center
Henry Fersko-Weiss is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), former hospice social worker and manager, as well as the Executive Director of INELDA. He is credited with starting the very first end of life doula program at a hospice in the U.S. He co-founded INELDA to help train doulas and build doula programs in end of life care settings. In 2017, Conari Press published his book on doula work, Caring for the Dying: The Doula Approach to a Meaningful Death, which was recognized by the Library Journal, as one of the best books of 2017.