Learn about Molly’s innovative workshops on end-of-life planning that utilize art projects to inspire deep conversations.
In this episode I share an interview with Molly Stuart who is a lawyer, artist, chaplain and hospice volunteer. She teaches a wonderful workshop on end-of-life planning that includes art to help people uncover their deepest values and concerns.
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My guest Molly Stuart shares information about her innovative end-of-life planning workshops. We discuss:
- How she got interested in teaching about end of life issues
- The complicated nature of advance care planning
- The 3-part workshop she designed, which includes:
- Practical end-of-life medical and legal issues
- Emotional aspects of living while knowing you’re going to die
- Transformation and legacy
- How Molly uses art to address:
- The creative projects her students create as part of her workshops
- How to create a legacy art project after the death of a loved one
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Until next time …