Sponsored by

There are five CE hours available for this workshop. CE credits for psychologists are provided by the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) which is co-sponsoring this program. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. SCRC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. The California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE credits for LCSW, LPCC, LEP, and LMFT license renewal for programs offered by approved sponsors of CE by the American Psychological Association. For questions about receiving your Certificate of Attendance, contact The Afterlife Education Foundation at terri@danieldirect.net. For questions about CE, visit www.spiritualcompetency.com  or contact David Lukoff, PhD at CE@spiritualcompetency.comFor more about our CE credits, CLICK HERE. 

Both events will be held at
Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Homes & Cremation Center
1007 W South Jordan Parkway 
​​South Jordan, UT.   801-254-1928  

Thursday, April 4, 2019, ​

11:30 am  - 1 pm

​(Lunch included)

Interfaith Conversations 
with the Dying and the Bereaved


In this workshop you will experience:

  . Multi-cultural loss and grief practices  
  . Art therapy processes
  . Guided meditations and journeys
  . Heart-healing ceremonies and rituals
​  . Grieving in community

Two Events in Salt Lake City!

Rev. Dr. Terri Daniel is a clinical chaplain, ordained interfaith minister and end-of-life educator certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling. The focus of her work is to assist dying and grieving individuals to discover a more spiritually-spacious understanding of death and beyond.

Terri conducts workshops throughout the U.S. to help the dying and the bereaved find healing through meditative, ceremonial and therapeutic processes that focus on inner transformation rather than external events. Her work is acclaimed by physicians, hospice workers, grief counselors and clergy for its pinpoint clarity on the process of dying and grieving, and its heartfelt depiction of consciousness beyond the physical body.

Her unique form of "radical mysticism" incorporates elements of Buddhism, Shamanism, ancient pagan practices, Gnosticism and other spiritual traditions to break down limiting beliefs about forgiveness, divine judgment and negative experience. 

Terri has a BA in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, an MA in Pastoral Care & Counseling from Fordham University, and a DMin in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the San Francisco Theological Seminary. She is the author of three books on death and the afterlife, and is also the founder of
The Afterlife Awareness Conference. 

If you are mourning the death of a loved one or a loss of any kind, or if you are a professional working with the bereaved, join us in a rare learning environment that provides unique healing tools not found in traditional counseling or support group settings. 

The educational and therapeutic processes in this workshop include guided meditation, art & music therapy, interactive group work and sacred ceremony for moving the “stuck” energy of grief out of our bodies and into a more spacious, less constricted,
​more ventilated  emotional landscape.

This event is free of charge (includes lunch) 
​but registration is required 


​Questions? Call 503-957-7419 or email  terri@danieldirect.net

Saturday April 6, 2019
10 am - 4 pm 
(Lunch included)

The cost for this event is $125
(includes lunch)

As end-of-life professionals or caregivers, we may at times be invited into conversations with patients or family members that addresses religious views on death and the afterlife. Meeting people "where they are" in terms of belief systems is a delicate art that requires patience, wisdom and skill.

​How do we offer compassionate listening and support for beliefs that may not resonate with our own? How can we honor the other person's reality fully and lovingly, without imposing our own views and biases?




Facilitated by

In this presentation, you will learn to:

. Understand multi-cultural views of death and grief.
. Facilitate interfaith pastoral conversations 
. Identify where clients are in stages of faith development
. Address clients' spiritual questions about death and beyond

Grief as a Mystical Journey:
Sacred Practices for Turning Loss into Light
5 Continuing Education hours available - ​See below for details