This podcast is offered to you by the Death Doula Ontario Network as they gather to talk about their powerful personal and professional experiences with end-of-life care. Death Doula Chats are our stories about our experiences with offering and providing end of life care support in our communities.
Kimberly C. Paul wants to radically change the way people face end of life, and she’s using her experience as a storyteller to do just that.
Funny people talking about death and grief, a podcast. Hosted by Cariad Lloyd.
You Are Not Alone
Sickboy Podcast is hilarious, ridiculously insightful and absolutely determined to break down the stigma associated with illness and disease!
Bury Me in New Jersey is a podcast about issues surrounding grief, death, dying, love, and everything in between. Keep and eye out for their upcoming third season!
Laura Brooker and Casey Carter host Funeral Stories, a comedy podcast about the crazy, cringeworthy, hilarious & heartfelt stories that come with saying goodbye.
With the rise of online memorials, posthumous messaging services and buying a funeral online, the Internet is transforming end of life planning and funerals.
Brought to you by St Mary’s University, The Art of Dying Well podcast aims to make death and dying something we can talk about openly without discomfort or fear.
Dr. Karen Wyatt hosts this podcast every Monday with inspirational and educational information about all aspects of end of life. Real talk about life and death.
Eleanor Haley and Litsa Williams, the two mental health professionals seek to leave no stone unturned in demystifying the complicated and sometimes crazy experience of living with loss.
Remember the last time you tried to talk about grief and suddenly everyone left the room? Hosted by Jana DeCristofaro and produced by Dougy Center, Grief Out Loud is opening up this often avoided conversation because grief is hard enough without having to go through it alone.
Drawing on the work of C.G. Jung and others, this show symbolically analyzes the images/experiences people have at the brink of death and attempts to draw meaningful connections to our psychology and shared humanity.
Kirsty Salisbury explores near death experiences, and chats directly with people who have had this kind of experience. we will hear first hand accounts of what took place, and what life has been like since returning to this life.
A podcast about death and dying. Death is inevitable, so why don‘t we ever talk about it? In this podcast an ER nurse and a stand-up comedian start discussions around the social, moral, philosophical, cultural and technological influences on death and our concepts around dying.
Hospice physician Dr. Karen Wyatt and end-of-life educator Dr. Terri Daniel answer your questions about death, dying and bereavement in this bold new podcast where no subject is too sensitive or too taboo! Special guests include a wide range of experts, from hospice nurses and funeral directors to scientists and shamans.
The Death Studies Podcast features emerging as well as established researchers, independent scholars and practitioners sharing their ideas, research and experience. Contributions from all disciplines, from different countries, cultures and contexts, as well as from diverse and diverging perspectives, are all welcome.
Conversations about grief facilitated by Bereaved Families of Ontario Toronto. From Music Therapy to conversations with death doulas. Offering insights on what may assist in the grief process.
This podcast is an examination of Canadian experiences with medical assistance in dying (MAiD). This podcast to have important conversations about MAiD and end-of-life.