In Autumn's Cocoon

In Autumn's Cocoon

In Autumn's Cocoon

I am here to reimagine...

the way in which people are invited into the experience of the dying, death and grief. To help soften the fear, become more informed and be reminded of what a sacred life transition this is. That beauty can be discovered in the challenge.

My Story

"In Autumn’s Cocoon" was launched in the fall of 2017 to offer end of life education to both the public and professionals. We are often taught the mechanics of death, dying and grief, but not how to prepare for the impact on our hearts and humanity; emotions can run high. The presentations Barbara offers are designed to help soften the fear, provide important information and support a greater co...
"In Autumn’s Cocoon" was launched in the fall of 2017 to offer end of life education to both the public and professionals. We are often taught the mechanics of death, dying and grief, but not how to prepare for the impact on our hearts and humanity; emotions can run high. The presentations Barbara offers are designed to help soften the fear, provide important information and support a greater comfort during this tender life transition. Barbara began in the hospice field over twenty-five years ago and during that time she worked on staff at three different hospice societies within the province of British Columbia in Canada. Her husband of twenty years died of cancer in 2008 which has given her an even greater sensitivity, on a very personal level, to those losing loved ones. She is an author and sought after speaker/educator at hospice and palliative conferences.
"In Autumn’s Cocoon" was launched in the fall of 2017 to offer end of life education to both the public and professionals. We are often taught the mechanics of death, dying and grief, but not how to prepare for the impact on our hearts and humanity; emotions can run high. The presentations Barbara offers are designed to help soften the fear, provide important information and support a greater comfort during this tender life transition. Barbara began in the hospice field over twenty-five years ago and during that time she worked on staff at three different hospice societies within the province of British Columbia in Canada. Her husband of twenty years died of cancer in 2008 which has given her an even greater sensitivity, on a very personal level, to those losing loved ones. She is an author and sought after speaker/educator at hospice and palliative conferences.

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