Christine Shepherd, Reflexologist

“Planning can be difficult for even the day-to-day aspects of life so it’s no wonder we avoid it around something as challenging as our inevitable death. These questions, information, and user-friendly design of this workbook somehow make the process of facing our death slightly less daunting - almost as though there is someone holding our hand as we reflect and write. I can imagine it being something I’d carry with me and ponder during quiet moments in my day. In my professional life as a reflexologist with clients in various states of health, this program will be what I recommend when asked for a resource around end of life planning and reflection. And although the program was created in Canada, it’s completely adaptable to the UK and, I assume, most other countries as well.”

Cathy Byers, Massage Therapist specializing in Oncology Massage

“As a massage therapist who specializes in supporting people living with and dying from cancer, I worked closely with Willow to explore my own mortality. As a result, when I was wheeled into urgent care for a life-threatening emergency, I was as ready as I could be to face my own death. The 7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death workbook is a powerful resource to dive into this process. The program offers comfort, clarity, and peace of mind. It will be one of my first recommendations when a client or their family member is facing a terminal diagnosis.”

Massage Therapist specializing in Oncology Massage
Dr. Beverly Spring, Palliative Care Physician

“This workbook is a wonderful resource! We live in a culture in denial of death. Here are accessible and insightful tools that help us to turn facing the truth of our mortality into a profound opportunity for connecting with what gives our lives meaning and joy.”

Palliative Care Physician
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