How to BE with Someone Who is Dying: An Intimate Interview with Peg Armstrong and Mary Denmen
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There is often no end-of-life care training. For some, terminal illness provides a transformational time of increased self awareness around spiritual or faith-based questions. But it also raises practical considerations such as how to talk to children, the impact of dementia, how to make informed choices about end-of-life care and how to care for the caregivers.

In this exceptional video, Peg Armstrong offers insights on 31 topics that arise frequently during the transition process – the time between making a decision to stop medical treatment and when death actually occurs.

Peg Armstrong, ME, LPC, Psychotherapist, has a 40-year practice specializing in grief and bereavement counseling, propelled by an early personal tragedy. Coping with loss also is a major theme in her academic research, training and teaching, her work with psychotherapy clients and in her spiritual practices.

Peg studied psychology and philosophy with Viktor Frankl in Vienna. Other highlights in her training include a workshop by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and working with Mother Teresa in India. Her book “I-Openers” is now in its third printing, and she regularly participates in videos and Zoom sessions on dealing with grief and loss. An original board member of ABODE, Peg also offers workshops and seminars nationally.