Spiritual Needs of the Dying

Meeting the spiritual needs of the dying greatly depends on the wellbeing of clinicians. Compassion fatigue can create a barrier between clinician and patient—preventing both from finding meaning in the death and dying experience. Self-reflection and awareness when caring for the dying can empower clinicians to restore themselves and fulfill the spiritual needs of those being cared for. 

On Demand Through November 8, 2022

Continuing Education: 1.5 hours for a wide variety of professional boards included with registration and available for 1 year. View a list of approved boards.

Expert Panelists: 

  • Ken Doka, PhD, MDiv, Senior Vice President, Grief Programs at HFA and recipient of the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Death Education and Counseling Read more
  • Arion Lillard-Green, MTS, BCCC, BCPC, is a Spiritual Counselor with Goodwin House Palliative Care and Hospice in Falls Church, VA Read more
  • Rabbi Gary S. Fink, DMin, Senior VP of Counseling and Family Support, Montgomery Hospice Read more
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Organizational registration provides unlimited viewing and continuing education credit to staff within the organization at a single location.

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