Podcast


Podcast

Palliative Care

Cambia Health Foundation President Peggy Maguire talks the ins and outs of palliative care and what the rest healthcare could learn from it.

The Future of Green Burial with Katrina Spade

Katrina Spade is popularizing the idea of ‘Recomposition’, a green burial method that converts human remains into soil. It’s among the most promising eco-friendly options that may be available in the near future. She discusses this unorthodox alternative to cremation and how it’s rise could change our approach to saying goodbye.

Palliative Care

Cambia Health Foundation President Peggy Maguire talks the ins and outs of palliative care and what the rest healthcare could learn from it.

Santa Sold Shrooms

Santa Sold Shrooms author, Four Sigmatic Founder and mushroom evangelist Tero Isokauppila shares the origin story of Santa Claus involving shamans, a psychedelic mushroom and a surprising connection to the underworld, death and rebirth.

Endwell Symposium 2017 Recap

As the 2018 ‘Endwell Symposium: Design for the End of Life Experience’ approaches, we’re revisiting last year’s recap podcast from #Endwell 2017 with our favorite death doula.

Death Salon 2017

Mandy Benoualid and Jeremy Cohen from TalkDeath.com and qeepr.com recap the 2018 Boston Death Salon — America’s premier #DeathPositive gathering and death conference.

Dr. Jessica Zitter

Dr. Jessica Zitter, author of ‘Extreme Measures’ and star of the Netflix doc ‘Extremis’ on what she calls the ‘End of Life Conveyor Belt’ most Americans wind up on and how introducing Death Ed in schools could change a death-phobic culture in one generation.

‘Complicated Grief’ with Charley Rosicky

Longtime hospice worker, grief counselor and meditation teacher, Charley Rosicky, discusses ‘complicated grief’ and shares stories of working with the dying and those left behind.

DIY Dying

Funeral Director Shawn LaValleur-Adame of DIY Dying discusses unorthodox burial methods like sending ashes to the moon, a volcano summit and the bottom of the ocean.

Gay Dillingham

Gay Dillingham, producer/director of ‘Dying to Know’ the documentary that chronicles Tim Leary and Ram Das’s friendship in the final days of Leary’s life shares her own tale of pouring her own loss and grief into the award-winning film.

Jocelyn Roth

Jocelyn Roth, Co-owner of Resting Waters, Washington’s first aquamation site, explains the growing trend of water cremation – legalized in California in October 2017. Kelly and Jocelyn discuss this and other “green burial” practices making their way into the mainstream.