Celia Spiers and I offered our first on-line Death Cafe on the 15th May, 2020 which worked very well.

We believe these are important times in which to be gathering to talk openly about death.  Many of us are navigating loss at this time : perhaps we have been unable to be present with our loved one as they travelled through their dying; many are finding loss magnified by the loss of our taken-for-granted freedoms; some simply want to sit in circle with bereaved others to speak gently and frankly about loss in our lives.

We are unable to offer you our usual splendid array of home-made organic cake at this time, so we invite you to make something yummy for yourself to eat during the break period.

We will limit numbers to this on-line Death Cafe to ensure each person has time to speak, and to connect with others.

To book please e-mail me at, and for more information please look at the Death Cafe website.

We look forward to meeting you when we next meet!



Debbie qualified as an acupuncturist (Lic Ac) in 1986, in group work in 1988, and as a counsellor in 1991, gaining her degree (BSc Hons Counselling) in 1999. Debbie has been supervising other therapists since 2005.  She continues to engage in learning!

She juggles these professions in private practice and enjoys the interplay between them. Her ongoing interest is in self-esteem, what creates it, what destroys it, what rebuilds it.

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