Death Doula leads Delhi workshop June 14

Death Journaling Workshop: Planning, preparing, and processing at The Lost Bookshop


Join community doula and educator Francesca Lynn Arnoldy at The Lost Bookshop for an introduction to “Death Journaling.” During this interactive workshop, participants will be invited to reflect back, turn inward, and plan ahead with intention and insight, focusing first on introspection and then extending care to others.

The workshop will be held at The Lost Bookshop, 120 Main Street, Delhi, Friday, June 14 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. Cost is $35 per person, which includes access to the workshop and a signed copy of the author’s newest book.

Topics include: Hopes & Goals for Death Journaling; Planning, Preparing, & Processing; Cultivating a Supportive Mindset; Core Connections; Storying the Past; Life Review; Beliefs & Values; Tools for Stressful Times.

Through immersive practices and thought-provoking discussions, participants will contemplate mortality and learn supportive techniques rooted in compassion.

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Arnoldy is a community doula and death literacy advocate. She is the author of Cultivating the Doula Heart (a guidebook), Map of Memory Lane (a picture book), and The Death Doula’s Guide to Living Fully and Dying Prepared (an interactive workbook). She is a published researcher with the Vermont Conversation Lab, and she runs a training program for death literacy specialists.