About the book
Our intention with this book is to create a space for us to pause, to reflect, to be in community. To give space to the very human interactions that stay with us, the ones that keep us up at night, that push us, challenge us and at times change who we are as clinicians and human beings. To express gratitude for lessons received, to mourn lives lost, to acknowledge where we may have been complicit, to see each other and those we show up to support through the door of humanity. All without judgement.
Edited by Terry Altilio, Anne Kelemen, Vickie Leff, Arika Patneaude
Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions: email@example.com
About the Reflections Video Series
Terry, Anne & Vickie have recorded 5 episode conversations about inequities. Using videos from a variety of sources, we get together and discuss the content, hoping to deepen the conversation, and inform our practice. We hope you will join us.
Revitalize and Restore 10 Hour Workshop
Hospice and palliative care social work has grown immensely over the past 10 years. A Second Edition of the Textbook for Palliative Social Work, published in 2022 reflects changes and challenges and honors the unique and essential contributions of social work. At the same time unprecedented challenges in our work and world have left many demoralized and disheartened. This intensive workshop will focus on replenishing the meaning in our practice, reaffirming, and introducing skills toward the goal of revitalizing your commitment and passion for the work we share.
Faculty: Terry Altilio & Vickie Leff
Interested in hosting this workshop? Contact us:
The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com. Here is the link taking you to the book site.
We offer discount rates for bulk orders of the book. Plus shipping.
10 - 25 copies = $18 per copy
26-50 copies = $14 per copy
Over 50 copies = $12 per copy.
Terry, Anne & Vickie have started recording conversations about inequities. Using videos from a variety of sources, we get together and discuss the content, hoping to deepen the conversation, and inform our practice. We hope you will join us.
We have developed what we hope is a helpful guide to serious conversations you may be having during the pandemic. Using examples and suggestions for word and phrase choices, please feel free to use and share.
Sign up to learn more!