About

Sharon Baker

Sharon is a contractual CTA who trained at The Berne Institute She has a private practice in the East Midlands and volunteers in the hospice sector. She is passionate about working with clients who are end of life and increasing conversations about death, dying and terminal or life limiting illness amongst therapists.

Sharon believes that physis and death are not mutually exclusive. Growth and change can and does happen right up until the last moments of a persons life.

Previously Sharon worked for 18 years in the NHS. From working in hospital wards and clinics as an assistant technical officer with the lung function team to more recently as an assistant practice manager of a GP surgery.

We will teach you a beautiful, creative tool to help clients look at both long…
This session will give you a creative, different and nuanced way of quietening the destructive…
In this workshop, we will discuss the taboo nature of talking about death, the language…
In this session we will work with a creative process that looks in depth at…