Event details

Deep Listening for Assisted Dying

We will gather in a small and supportive group to learn about and practice personal and cultural decolonisation/detraumatisation around the topic of Assisted  Dying. You will be guided and supported in exploring your  personal and cultural trauma around this topic in a space which will facilitate deep sharing and learning.

We will begin with silence, grounding and meditation and then divide the remaining time equally for sharing. Within the shares we are invited to speak from the heart when sharing our personal experiences and perspectives and to listen to others from the heart; to avoid interrupting and judgement and to keep what is said confidential.

Deep Listening for Assisted Dying

Date & Time:  Friday 3rd November 2023
12.10-1.30pm and 3.25-4.45pm

Location of Event:  Online


Charge: Pay what you can - you need only Register ONCE for the whole day's events (ie not for every individual event!)

Registration for Online Day enables you to attend ANY OR ALL of the events, as you choose. (The only exception is for the sessions on Deep Listening for Assisted Dying, to which only the first 15 participants will be admitted to each session, first come first served.) To register you will be asked to pay what you can. There will also be an opportunity to purchase an online recording of all the days' events (excluding the two on Assisted Dying.)

On Registration, you will receive an email from Eventbrite with the Zoom link for the whole day - you just click on the link any time you wish to join an event. There will be a separate link for the sessions on Assisted Dying.

You will also receive reminder emails leading up to the event - and booking will remain open throughout Online Day too, so you can still join even if you missed the start!

If you haven't already booked via another page on our site, you may click here to Register for all your online events on Nov 3rd - please only register ONCE.


Kat Soares

Kat Soares is a recovering sustainability professional who has adopted a ‘slow living’ lifestyle on a small piece of land in Northern Aberdeenshire where she and her husband are enjoying learning about growing and preserving food, foraging wild foods, and keeping chickens.
Kat's passions have always been people, planet and laughter and she dedicated her professional life to restoring nature and natural spaces and to helping communities connect with nature to realise their ambitions for their local spaces.
Relationships are at the heart of everything Kat does and as such, she has cultivated strong skills in facilitation, deep listening and authentic relating as well as other modalities to support reciprocal relationships.