DEATH AND MOURNING: through the lens of an Agnostic-Buddhist
Centre for Existential Practice (CEP)
DEATH AND MOURNING: through the lens of an Agnostic- Buddhist
Online via zoom
Presenter: Evone Phoo
Mourning a death is one of the most difficult things we go through and tends to be heavily influenced by our culture and religion. As an agnostic, Evone used not to think much about funeral rituals. But when she lost someone close to her, she started seeing the rituals through a different lens and found herself embracing those rituals which her agnostic self might consider illogical. Drawing on her experience as a therapist and from existential psychology, Evone gained a new appreciation for Buddhist rituals and the ways in which they can shape our grieving process.
She will talk with Alison for 45 minutes, there will be discussion in small breakout rooms then a Q & A for the last 30 minutes.
Can be booked as part of package of 4 conversations each Thursday in March or stand alone
About the presenter
Evone Phoo MClinical Psych (HELP) BSc (App Psych) First Class Hons (Coventry) BBus (Banking & Fin & Econ) (QUT)
Evone served in the banking industry for four years before taking the leap to clinical psychology. Throughout her training and career as a Clinical Psychologist, Evone has practiced in government hospitals, psychiatric clinic, and private counselling centres. Currently, Evone is a senior lecturer and the Deputy Head of Psychology Department at HELP University. She is also a practising clinical psychologist, and mainly works within the Existential and Psychoanalytic framework in psychotherapy
This event counts as 1.5 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements
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