Elizabeth Scarboro gives lively, in-depth workshops and talks for a range of audiences, including medical professionals, bereavement groups, caregiving groups, and patient advocacy groups.  She speaks with doctors, nurses, and other care providers about topics including the transition to adulthood, illness-related depression and substance addiction, anticipatory grief, and the doctor-patient relationship. She is honored to participate in events for caregivers, young widows, the chronically ill, and the cystic fibrosis and transplant communities.

Scarboro also offers on-site writing workshops in fiction, memoir, and writing for children, designed to inspire both new and experienced writers.  She has made appearances (both in-person and via the web) at book clubs as a visiting author.

To arrange a talk or a workshop, please click here.

"On Writing Memoir":  talk at the Chautauqua Institute.

"Tackling End-of-Life Conversations": talk at Compassion and Choices