Presented by the TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing®, this webinar with William G. Hoy, DMin, FT, looks at how we can effectively cope with the range of emotions that may occur when caregiving has ended.
William Hoy, DMin, FT Dr. Hoy has taught at Baylor University since the spring of 2012. He is widely regarded as an authority on the sociocultural history of funeral rites, the topic of his most recent book: Do Funerals Matter: The Purposes and Practices of Death Rituals in Global Perspective (Routledge, 2013). He brings nearly 20 years of clinical experience in palliative care to the Medical Humanities faculty, having directed pastoral care and bereavement programs at two 5 southern California hospices. His books include Guiding People through Grief (Compass, 2007) and Road to Emmaus (2008). He has also authored more than 100 book chapters, educational pamphlets and journal articles over the last 25 years, including a chapter on African American celebrity funerals for a forthcoming book to be published by University of Quebec Press. Dr. Hoy currently serves on the TAPS Advisory Board.
This webinar is free and open to the public.
Continuing education credit is not available for this program.