Ted Bowman is an educator who specializes in change and transition, whether it occurs in families, an organization, or the community. He is also an adjunct professor teaching grief and loss courses at the University of Saint Thomas School of Social Work. For over 40 years, Ted has provided consultation and training for organizations throughout Minnesota, other states and countries.
Speaker(s): Rabbi Marcia Zimmerman; Venerable Drupa Rinpoche Lobsang Yeshi; Dr. Hamdy El-Sawaf; Facilitator: Ted Bowman “Compassion is the ability to vitally imagine what it is like to be an other, the force that makes a bridge from the island of the one individuality to the island of the other. It is an ability to step […]
Speaker(s): Ted Bowman, Mdiv Some presume that a “good death” includes minimal pain for the dying, cooperation and conviviality in the family circle, and, most egregious, without complex grieving by one and all. A “good death,” rather, can include minimal pain for the dying, conflicts faced and handled well, and wide ranges of grief expression. […]