Who can I talk to?
We really believe that no one need ever feel solitary in their NDE, nor a bystander feel overwhelmed or unable to understand and help someone close who has had an NDE. Go to our "Meetings" page to find out about our next peer-to-peer support and networking event or nominate your nearest city so we can arrange an event near you.
Gigi Strehler - Founder
You can join our Facebook page to find out about our meetings and events.
NDE UK Facebook Page
As the collating of accounts is so useful for research and understanding the phenomenon of NDEs - if you feel you would like to share your NDE with us, you can do so by visitng our "Research" page and share your experience with people who are impartial and supportive with many years experience in the field.
Rachel Langford - Associate Researcher
Dr. Penny Sartori - Associate Researcher, Lecturer & Author
We are very protective of our members and believe in their right to anonimity. It is also a very difficult experience to talk about openly and sometimes comes at a huge emotional cost. All too often their accounts have been sensationalised or rediculed with devastating results. Approaching NDEers directly can have very damaging consequences for them, therefore, if you are a journalist or media professional, we ask that you, in the first instance, approach us about your programme, article or project and we can then share it through our appropriate channels to see if there are any members available who are interested and willing to speak to you about their experience.
If you are a medical professional, charity or association and would like to know more about this phenomenon - especially with the view of raising the profile of NDEs and acquiring or providing appropriate psychological and emotional support for experiencers, we would very much like to hear from you. We would like to run an event in 2018 for those within the medical profession, so please do register your interest by using the contact form below.