Life after Bereavement with Dianne Arcangel
In this interview with George Noory, Dianne Arcangel offers unique support for those who are grieving by acknowledging the continuance of life beyond the body. Death is a hard fact of life that we cannot avoid or ignore, though many of us struggle to do so. Even with an awareness of life after death, grief can be a constant companion for loved ones who find it difficult to deal with the emotions of bereavement.
Dianne Arcangel is a former hospice chaplain, psychiatric hospital therapist, and Director of the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Center of Houston. She served on the board of directors at the Rhine Research Center and the National Institute for Discovery Science, where she also led trainings and conducted research. She has also conducted survival research with the University of Virginia. She is the author of Afterlife Encounters: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Experiences, and Life After Loss.