2000: Ken Evans “Living with Dying”

At the time of this lecture Ken Evans was Director of Clinical Training at the Sherwood Psychotherapy Institute. Ken’s lecture is a remarkable description of his wife’s (Mairi’s) struggle with cancer, her extraordinary courage and commitment to exploring fully what was occurring for her at every stage, their joint preparation for her death, and the final parting between them. It is a compelling account about dying consciously. The realism of this chronicle stands in sharp contrast to the secrecy, deflections, fear, and denial that frequently surround dying and also cancer as an illness.

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