In Autumn's Cocoon offers workshops and talks on a range of end of life subjects for professionals and the public to provide greater awareness and enhanced end of life tools
to better serve those in need.
You will become more informed as to what to expect and better ways to companion individuals during end of life transitions. This will, in turn, be of support to you to do better self care while serving others.
Note: There are no upcoming on-line workshops at this time.
If however you are looking for a guest speaker
or workshop presenter for your organization please go to the
to see the range of end of life topics she can offer for exploration.
Participants Testimonials from Past workshops
“Barbara shared in a beautiful way her experiences about working with the many people approaching end of life and crossing the threshold. She focuses and listens to the person she is with, with openness and a peaceful heart, totally attentive to what they want to share with her. She teaches deepening understanding and caring through her many wonderful stories. Thank you very much, Barbara.” Anonymous
“Barbara Morningstar teaches with love and compassion. Her insights and sharing of stories touched me so profoundly, opened my mind and heart to greater possibilities for both my professional and personal lives. Thank you." Karen B.
“Barbara’s workshop has helped me to better understand the grieving process and how to become a better help for those dealing with loss. She gives you up to date professional information speaking to your mind but also your heart. Her message will stay with you.” Sylvia B.
“Barb was very authentic in sharing not only her own personal experience with death’s journey but in sharing her 20 plus years of hospice and palliative care in hospitals and care centres. She has a deep, kind understanding of the different aspects of not only the patient’s experience but also of friends and family of the patient. Thank you for your insights and sharing to help those of us that care for others so that we can be more educated and powerful.” Carrie L.