Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Journey's End: Death, Dying and the End of Life

Journey's End: Death, Dying and the End of Life by Victoria Brewster &  Julie Saeger NierenbergBook Details:

Book Title:  Journey's End: Death, Dying and the End of Life
Authors:  Victoria Brewster & Julie Saeger Nierenberg
Category:   Adult Non-Fiction; 558 pages
Genre:  Resource/Educational
Publisher:  Xlibris
Release date:  July 20, 2017
Tour dates:  Sept 4 to 22, 2017
Content Rating:  PG-13 + M

Book Description:

In Journey's End, we write about death, dying, and end of life issues. We attempt to define and describe these real-life circumstances, and we discuss ways to proactively deal with them. Multiple personal and professional perspectives provide valuable insights.

What is dying like for dying persons, for loved ones, and for those who lend support in the process? Each experience will have unique qualities. Everyone dies in his own way, on his own schedule. While we explore the dying process, we make no assumptions about how any particular death will unfold.

Grief and bereavement support, training tools, and educational resources are included.
Victoria Brewster
Julie Saeger Nierenberg

​Meet the Authors:

Victoria has a master of social work degree. She has worked as a case manager with older adults for the past seventeen years and as a group facilitator. Her past work experience was as a therapist with children and families, and as a case manager for adults with mental health issues. She just launched a consulting business, NorthernMSW to focus on end of life issues, planning, training, and advocacy, along with memoir writing and life legacy writing.

Julie was inspired equally by her professional backgrounds as a biomedical researcher and long time educator. Julie values open and lively discussions based on interview and research findings, trends in health and wellness, and exciting new modalities of treatment and professional education. She believes it will be through such discussions that we will create new and more satisfying cultural paradigms within which we may live all the days of our lives with dignity and quality of care.

Connect with the authors: Website ~ Facebook

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