Dr. Kristine A. Kevorkian
 
 

Dr. Kristine Kevorkian is passionate about supporting and educating people about death, dying and grief. For an event that we will all experience at some point in time, we certainly are not quick to speak about these subjects.


Think of Kristine as an End of Life Navigator guiding you, and your family/loved ones, through the stormy seas that can come with the end of life, and the grief that follows, offering support and education. How can you navigate when the seas are choppy or there is no wind? Do you want to be part of the drift or setting your own course?


Grief and loss are experiences we face in life, lessons that teach us to love and appreciate. Grief prepares you for life. If we want to live consciously then we would do well to embrace the lessons learned through grief and loss.


Dr. Kristine Kevorkian is a thanatologist, end of life/grief navigator, educator, writer, international speaker on issues of end-of-life care, environmental grief and ecological grief, and facilitates a Death Cafe in her community.


Listen to Dr. Kevorkian’s most recent interview here.


Internet publications include:

When the Loved One You Cared For Dies, What Comes Next?

Why I Tried to Call My Mom, Even Though She's Gone.

Who owns nature?


In print:

Counseling the terminally ill and their families. In I. Marini & Stebnicki (Eds.), Professional Counselor’s Desk Reference.


For information, please contact Dr. Kevorkian.


Thank you!


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Death is one of two things. Either it is annihilation, and the dead have no consciousness of anything: or, as we are told, it is really a change: a migration of the soul from one place to another. ~ Socrates