2017 International Educator Tour
Melbourne; Sydney; Brisbane June 2017
Dr Dale G Larson, PhD
Dale G. Larson, PhD (http://www.dalelarsonphd.com) is a Professor of Counselling Psychology at Santa Clara University, where he directs the graduate Health Psychology Program.
A national leader in end-of-life research, theory, and training, he co-directed a national mental health skills training program for hospice workers and was Senior Editor and a contributing author for Finding Our Way: Living with Dying in America, a national newspaper series which reached seven million Americans.
Dale Larson is a Fulbright Scholar, a Fellow in the American Psychological Association, a clinician, and author of the award- winning book, The Helper’s Journey: Working with People Facing Grief, Loss, and Life-Threatening Illness.
Dr Larson publishes widely on grief and grief counselling, end-of-life issues, self-concealment, professional stress and stress management, and counselling skills, and worked directly with Gene Gendlin and Carl Rogers.
Dr. Larson’s ability to translate theory and research into effective clinical practice makes him a popular speaker at national and international conferences. He is a regular keynote presenter for a range of international audiences.
In 2016, the Association for Death Education and Counselling honoured Dr. Larson with the Death Educator Award for his excellence in teaching, scholarship and expertise in the field of death, dying and bereavement.
This June Dr Larson will present two one-day programs:
Program One : Getting Grief Working: An Integrative Person-Centred Approach to Counselling for Grief and Loss - listen here for more details and
Program Two: Secrets in Grief counselling and End-of-Life Care: Making the Invisible Visible - click this link for more information