Topics and modules for speaking engagements, training and workshops
Phronesis: "Practical Wisdom" in the Healthcare Professional
Trauma, grief and bereavement
A holistic approach to palliative care
Facilitating hope in times of despair
Care for the health-care professional
Compassion fatigue and burn out
Supervision and debriefing for staff
Working with children
Sexuality and intimacy in end of life illness
Living with HIV/AIDS
The impact of dogma and judgement
Embracing difference as a bridge for connection
Empathy and compassion
Facing “The Shadow” in Palliative Care
These topics can be presented in different combinations to create a unique training schedule that is specifically designed for each target group, eg staff of hospitals, hospices, cancer-foundations, community groups etc. as well as for people and organisations in any areas of life being concerned with Grief and Loss, Death, Dying, and Bereavement.
In her presentations Liese uses images, poetry, humour and music as well as sound theoretical underpinning of the material presented.
She is available to conduct speaking engagements internationally on the topics mentioned in Topics and Modules.
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Tūrangawaewae Marae, Ngāruawāhia, Aotearoa, New Zealand, 3rd and 4th of October2017
a 2 day hui, topic" HE AHA, TE PAPOURI?" organised by: Taupiripiri Charitable Trust invited speaker
Adelaide, Australia, 6-8 September 2017
2017 Australian Palliative Care Conference " Connection with Community"
The main aim of the workshops is to work collaboratively with participants from different countries and settings, to explore topics presented in the workshops in-depth, to share knowledge as well as being very aware that all material presented in these trainings and workshops is firmly grounded in local custom and tradition.
Upcoming Training Engagements
Singapore March 5th – 7th 2018
3 day public workshop
ACE Seniors PTE.LTD Care for the Aged Community.
Silchar, Assam, India December 1st – 11th 2017
Continuation of the collaborative work with staff of the Cachar Cancer Center