Join TNS Host Steve Heilig for a conversation with psychotherapist and Golden Gate University dean Nate Hinerman, PhD, about medicine, hospice, palliative care, and grief in the modern world.
Nate Hinerman, PhD
Dr. Nate Hinerman is an associate professor and serves as dean of undergraduate programs at Golden Gate University. He chairs the San Francisco Bay Area Network for End-of-Life Care (now in its 16th year), and organizes the largest annual international conference in dying and death (now in its 13th year). He also maintains a psychotherapy practice, helping clients transition amidst loss. His research is interdisciplinary, and includes topics in death and dying, psychology, human suffering, and special areas of philosophy.