When: Sat., April 16, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 2016
We mourn the loss of loved ones, of different stages of our lives, and of our idealizations of ideas, concepts, and teachers, to name but a few examples. In this Symposium our speakers will explore some ways in which mourning and the acceptance of our own mortality can be transformative, leading to experiences of growth and creativity for ourselves and for our patients. This program will be of interest to mental health practitioners, physicians, nurses, hospice workers and those involved in pastoral care.
Price: $155; $85 Academic; $50 FT Student