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Sue Brayne

Sue Brayne originally trained as a nurse. She has an MA in the Rhetoric and Rituals of Death (King Alfreds, Winchester), a second MA in Creative Writing (Oxford Brookes) and a PGCE in adult education. For many years she worked at a therapist, specialising in trauma, end of life issues, bereavement and grief. Led by neuropsychiatrist Dr Peter Fenwick, she was an honorary researcher into a five-year retrospective study on end-of-life experiences and is the author of The D-Word: talking about dying, Nearing the End of Life and Sex, Meaning and the Menopause. Her latest book, Living Fully, Dying Consciously, came out in January 2020. During Covid lockdown she has been running international zoom Death Cafes and training seminars which address our relationship with mortality.