IANDS Spring Symposium
“Summary: Ethical Best Practice Recommendations for Responding to Near-Death & Related Experiencers”
Presented by Janice Miner Holden, EdD, LPC-S, ACMHP & Marieta Pehlivanova, PhD
Friday, April 30, 2021
11:00 am- 8:45 pm EDT
Research shows that in at least one-fifth of near-death experiencers’ most memorable episodes of disclosing their NDE to a healthcare provider, family member, or friend, the experiencer came away feeling harmed.
The purpose of this one-day symposium is for anyone—professional or layperson—to complete the day feeling confident that they know how to fulfill their professional ethical and personal moral responsibility to do no harm to near-death and related experiencers. Join us to hear experiencers, healthcare providers, a bioethicist, and friends reveal their best and worst experiences of disclosure and offer their most important advice about how others can avoid harm and increase help to those touched by near-death and related experiences.