2: Survival of the Kindest: Dr Kerrie Noonan

Dr Kerrie Noonan is a clinical psychologist and social researcher who has spent 25 years creating a more death literate society, where people and communities have the practical know-how needed to live with dying death and grief. She is involved in so many projects: the founding executive director of The GroundSwell Project and national initiatives Dying to Know Day, FilmLife Project and ComComHub among many others.

Kerrie was awarded her PhD in 2018 by Western Sydney University for her study titled Renegade Stories: A study of deathworkers using social approaches to dying, death and loss in Australia. Kerrie has a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology, a BA (Psychology), and a Grad. Dip. in Systemic Therapy (Family Therapy) and a fellow of the Sydney School for Social Entrepreneurs.

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