Rev. Dr. Terri Daniel, an ordained interfaith minister, a self described end-of-life educator, and ceremonialist, teaches workshops on bereavement and works with individuals who are processing loss, trauma and grief.
Terri talks about why we need ritual and ceremony, especially in our modern culture that fears and avoids death. Then she shares one of those rituals, which comes from the Mayan people.
Both of her seminars, Spirituality in Bereavement and Spiritual Journeys in Chronic illness, are part of the certificate in Mental Health and Spirituality offered in partnership with the University of Redlands.