The Alaya Institute, run by Frank Ostaseski of Zen Hospice, is now taking applicants for a low-residence end of life counselor program for doctors, nurses, social workers, clergy, chaplains, therapists and the like. The faculty includes a couple of my own teachers, which is how I came to hear about it. It’s pricey, but I recokon some employers could be convinced to pay for it, which would be a good thing.

Their links list is pretty good, too.

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