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TONIGHT JOIN PAIGE & ASHLEY AS WE DISCUSS TAPHOPHILIA AND THANATOLOGY! IF YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THESE TWO SUBJECTS ARE ABOUT AND THEIR RELATION TO THE PARANORMAL, WE SUGGEST YOU TUNE IN AT 6PM PST AND CALL IN LIVE AT: (646) 716-8597 WITH ALL YOUR TAPHOPHILIA & THANATOLOGY QUESTIONS!
Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice. www.wisewidow.com
"We pollute, destroy and reshape our planet, eliminating animal habitats and ecosystems to fit human needs". Dr. Kristine Kevorkian.
Join me as my guest Dr. Kristine Kevorkian and I discuss what is Environmental Grief®, how it impacts us and what we can do as we grieve the loss of our planet.
Kristine A. Kevorkian, PhD, MSW, holds a doctoral degree in thanatology, the study/science of death and dying. She has worked as a deputy coroner, hospice medical social worker offering emotional support and counseling to terminally ill patients including young children to elders, and their families.
Dr. Kevorkian combined her passion for thanatology with her love of whales and the environment through her research on environmental grief® and ecological grief®. She has presented this research in the United States and abroad. Dr. Kevorkian provides one-on-one support, educational workshops, seminars, and writes on the subjects of dying/death, grief/loss, animal companion loss, and grief related to environmental loss and destruction.
Photo by award winning photographer Carole May.
Dr. Kristine Kevorkian holds a doctorate in thanatology, the study/science of death and dying. She worked as a hospice social worker for many years, and a deputy coroner. Dr. Kevorkian has received certificates of recognition for Outstanding Social Work Service from political figures in California. Kristine managed to come full circle in researching, defining and protecting the terms "environmental grief" and "ecological grief." This research allows her the opportunity to c
http://keithrommel.weebly.com/ Keith Rommel is a native of Long Island, New York and currently lives with his family in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Keith is a retail manager and has enjoyed collecting comic books since he was a child (a hobby inspired by a teacher in grade school to help overcome a reading comprehension disability). Keith Rommel is the author of two books in the psychological suspense Thanatology Series entitled: The Cursed Man, and The Lurking Man. Keith has had several writer
Melissa Axler is the founder of Beneficial Living & Wellness and is a certified Grief & Pastoral Counsellor who has been working in the area of end of life, grief & loss and pastoral care for 16 years. She has provided counselling across the life spectrum in many health care related settings and for the past 10 years in private practice. Melissa is a highly trained practitioner in her field and is a Fellow in Thanatology – the highest designation awarded through the Associati
Author, Transformation Coach and book promotion coach Lynn Serafinn hosts Elissa Al-Chokhachy, fellow in thanatology, and author of Miraculous Moments: True Stories Affirming That Life Goes On ELISSA AL-CHOKHACHY, MA, RN, CHPN, a certified hospice nurse and a fellow in thanatology; the study of death, dying and bereavement. The author of two illustrated children’s books to help with loss and grief. Her new book, Miraculous Moments: True Stories Affirming That Life Goes On,
Nancy E. Wolske interviews harpist and Music Thanatologist Anna Fisaca.
Music-thanatology is palliative care that unites music and medicine in end of life care. The music-thanatologist brings harp and voice to the bedside, meeting fear, discomfort, and suffering with the therapeutic qualities of music.
The power of music as a healing modality was clearly known to the ancients and has been practiced for centuries in the healing rites of many indigenous cultures throughout the world. Music
Elissa Al-Chokhachy, hospice nurse and author of Miraculous Moments: True Stories Affirming that Life Goes On, will be a guest on Dream Time Radio.
The author will share the wisdom she has gained from nearly twenty years of working with the dying and bereaved. Her book includes vivid first hand accounts of receiving signs, messages and even hugs from family members who have crossed over -- many through dreams - asks the question, "Does life continue after death?"
Elissa Al-Chokhachy, MA,
Elissa Al-Chokhachy, MA, RN, HPCN, FT, is a graduate of New England Baptist Hospital School of Nursing and Boston College School of Nursing. She is the recipient of the Dr. William B. Stevens Award for “The Nurse Who Enjoys Her Work the Most” and the Boston College Alumni Award for Excellence in Nursing.
In 2009, Elissa received a Master’s of Art Degree in Thanatology from Hood College where she completed graduate research on apnea in the terminally ill. She has worked as a hospice nurse, a p
Elissa Al-Chokhachy is a graduate of New England Baptist Hospital School of Nursing, Boston College School of Nursing, and Hood College Graduate School. She works as a hospice nurse for Merrimack Valley Hospice and a health care counselor for North Shore Community College. Board certified in hospice and palliative care nursing, Elissa is a fellow in thanatology: the study of death, dying and bereavement.
Elissa is also the author of two children’s books: -The Angel with the Golden Glow: A Famil
Lee Forest Knowlton will talk about a journey of working with AIDS patients in the 1980's, the death of her mother and the decision to study Thanatology and work in hospice. She has journaled throughout the journey and will share some of the details with you. You can contact Lee by e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org