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Jeanne Denney, MA, CCET is a faculty member with the Art of Dying Institute and the Program Facilitator for the Integrative Thanatology Certificate Training: A Death Education Counselor Program. Jeanne is a somatic psychotherapist who works as an educator in many venues to help people turn fearlessly toward a life that includes death. Her practice is based in Core Energetics therapy and transpersonal psychology, but uses numerous other methods for energetic bodywork and healing. In addition, Jeanne has significant experience in hospice work, death, dying and bereavement. She helps people transform issues, such as depression, anxiety, crises, illness, trauma, bereavement or birth,…

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Tom provides guidance on the direction and development of the Art of Dying Institute, serves as a faculty liaison, and helps lead program initiatives. For over 30 years, Tom has been at the forefront of transformative and holistic education. From his role in the development of the Omega Institute to president of Integrative Consultants, he has distinguished himself as one of the premier developers and initiators of innovative educational programs. Tom has developed educational programs for, Imperial College London, Smithsonian Institute, Beijing University, Universite Interdisciplinaire de Paris, Foreign Ministry of Panama, Mayo Clinic, Michigan State University and AARP.

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Ralph provides guidance on the direction and development of the Art of Dying Institute, serves as a faculty liaison, and helps lead program initiatives. Ralph is co-founder of the New York Open Center and currently serves as Senior Fellow. Since the Open Center’s inception in 1984 he has created hundreds of programs across the spectrum of holistic learning. In particular, he directs the Esoteric Quest conferences in Europe on the Western Tradition that have now continued for twenty years, and the Art of Dying conferences that address the emergence of a more holistic understanding of death in contemporary America. From 1995…

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