Preparing for the Inevitable:

Identifying and Managing Death Anxiety
January 26th at 8:30am
This is a free, virtual workshop over Zoom

Guest Speaker

Michelle A. Post, MA, LMFT

Complimentary 1.5 CE Credits

This program is approved for 1.5 contact hours of continuing education for nurses and many other professional.


Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing
(Provider CEP 13486)

Evidence of the fragility of life bombards us daily. From personal experiences of coping with our own health and aging or a loved one’s illness or death to the worldwide news of war, poverty, and illness, we are confronted with examples that can activate our own fears of death.

This workshop will explore concepts, images, and thoughts about death and dying as an intervention to reduce that anxiety which interferes with our quality of life. Attendees will use a variety of activities to address death anxiety in teen, adult, and senior-aged clients to mitigate death anxiety and help clients emotionally prepare to face their end of life.


At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the concept and symptoms of personal death awareness and anxiety.
  • Utilize art, writing, and imagery techniques to identify and decrease this anxiety about death.
  • Provide additional resources and support services to help clients who experience anxiety about death.

Sponsored by Green Hills Mortuary