2006 Houston

2006 North American Conference

2006logoThe 2006 IANDS conference was hosted by The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Center in Houston, Texas. The conference reviewed 30 years of research into NDEs, spanning the field of near-death studies that began in 1975 with the book Life after Life by Raymond Moody, MD, PhD. To order DVDs, CDs or audio downloads for the conference presentations, please click on the links below.


Segment One - The First Two Days: DVDs are available for the eleven presentations from the first two days of the conference. These DVDs, featuring many of the world's foremost NDE researchers, represent a comprehensive review of all research on NDEs. They are a unique collection that represents the accumulated knowledge that we have about near-death experiences. Each DVD incorporates the visual slides that were used by the presenters. CDs and audio downloads are also available for these presentations.

Segment Two: The Last Two Days: The presentations during the latter two days of the conference, for which only CDs and audio downloads are available, build on the presentations during the first two days. The sessions probe deeper into specific topics through a variety of lectures and panels of experiencers discussing their experiences--most notably childhood NDEs and those resulting from combat or suicide attempts--and the effects of NDEs on marriages.

 

Pricing is as follows:
DVDs: 
First DVD: $25 regular price; $16 for IANDS members ($9 discount on the first DVD)
Second DVD: $18 regular price; $12 for IANDS members ($6 discount per DVD)
Full set of eleven DVDs: $150 regular price; $100 for IANDS members ($50 discount)

Audio Files:
All 25 presentations on one CD in MP3 format: $59.95 regular price, $29.95 for IANDS members ($30 discount)

Individual CDs: $11.95 regular price; $9.95 for IANDS members ($2 discount per CD)
Individual Audio downloads: $9.95

To join IANDS to support our mission of research, education and support, and to take advantage of the member discounts, click here.

 

altThe Handbook of Near-Death Experiences: Thirty Years of Investigation, a careful overview of published studies about NDEs, is now available from your favorite book distributor.

Published by Praeger, the book is built around presentations from the first two days of the 2006 IANDS conference. That event at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston brought together NDE researchers from around the world to discuss the major findings of three decades of exploration into NDEs. The result is this scholarly Handbook of Near-Death Experiences, edited by Janice Miner Holden, EdD; Bruce Greyson, MD; and Debbie James, RN/MSN.

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Full Set of 11 DVDs 2006 

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$150 regular price; $100 for IANDS members ($50 discount)

This unique set of eleven DVDs are all the presentations from the first 2 days of the 2006 IANDS Conference and represent a comprehensive review of all of the research on NDEs through 2005.
  1 - History, Controversy, and Ethical Implications in the Field
       of Near-Death Studies
  2 - Pleasurable Western Adult NDEs: Circumstances and
       Contents
  3 - Pleasurable Western Adult NDEs: Aftereffects
  4 - Distressing Western NDEs: Circumstances, Contents, and
       Aftereffects
  5 - Western Children's and Teens' NDEs
  6 - Characteristics of Western NDErs
  7 - NDEs throughout History and across Cultures
  8 - World Religions and NDEs
  9 - Explanatory Models of NDEs
  10 - Veridical Perception in NDEs
  11 - Practical and Ethical Implications of NDE Research for
         Palliative, End-of-Life, and Other Clinical Care and
         Educational Settings 

Full set of 25 Presentations on one MP3 CD

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Order this one CD with all 25 presentations that were recorded (all four days) from the 2006 conference as MP3 files. Listen to them in your car (most newer cars have MP3 compatible CD players) , on your computer, or download them to an iPod or other MP3 player.
Non-member price: $59.95; Save $30 - Member Price: $29.95
(If you are not a member of IANDS, click on the "Become a Member" button above on the right for details.)
Below you may order CDs and audio downloads of individual presentations from the 2006 conference. A number of handouts from the conference presentations are available at the bottom of this list or on this separate page.

Explanatory Models of NDEs 

Bruce Greyson, MD
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Is there a biological basis for the near-death experiences? This is one of the core issues that much of the research into NDEs seeks to answer. In this presentation, Dr. Bruce Greyson, prominent among the world’s NDE researchers and long-time editor of the Journal of Near-Death Studies, reviews each of the major physiological theories about NDEs, countering them with research data that refutes them as explanatory models. Following an analysis of contemporary NDE-related neurological research, Dr. Greyson concludes with an overview of the unique features of NDEs and why none of the physiological models is adequate to explain them, including the question of whether the brain creates consciousness or merely mediates an independent consciousness.            

Pleasurable Western Adult NDEs: Circumstances and Contents

Scott Taylor, EdD
Pim van Lommel, MD
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Drawing on the results of 42 research studies on adult near-death experiences in Western cultures, this presentation offers one of the best overviews of this phenomenon. Using Dr. Kenneth Ring's paradigm that outlines five main stages of NDEs, Dr. Scott Taylor reviews in-depth the characteristics of each stage, citing examples of experiencer interviews to highlight key facets of the experience. Dr. Pim van Lommel continues the presentation with a detailed look at the correlation of demographics on the frequency and type of NDEs (age, gender, etc.), including the effects of psychographic and medical circumstances. The presentation concludes in the question and answer period with a moving, personal account by Dr. Taylor of his empathic NDE, an unusual but powerful type of experience.

Pleasurable Western Adults NDEs: Aftereffects 

Russell Noyes, MD
Peter Fenwick, MD
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Many people who have an NDE, especially children, have a crisis following their near-death experience that can either lead to growth or to depression and self-repression. Ideally, the NDE may resolve itself as a death/rebirth awakening to greater life. Using the IANDS Index to Periodical Literature from 1976-2006 and Dr. Rozan Christian's research, Dr. Russell Noyes narrates both positive and challenging life changes after an NDE, and how they might be integrated over time as near-death experiencers reconfigure everyday life and relationships to match their spiritual awakenings. In closing remarks, Dr. Peter Fenwick discusses how the NDE has shaken the foundations of psychiatry and medicine in America and the United Kingdom, sparking a Copernican-like debate about the nature of reality.

Distressing Western NDEs: Circumstances, Contents, and Aftereffects

Nancy Evans Bush, MA
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In a surprising review of 30 years of major NDE studies, Nancy Evans Bush overturns the perception that distressing NDEs are rare and addresses inevitable questions about them: Are they true NDEs? How common are they? Why do some people have them? What do they mean? Noting the almost universal avoidance of these troubling experiences, she observes the absence of any evidence that “good people have good experiences and bad people have bad experiences,” and suggests other questions whose answers would increase the likelihood of dealing constructively with distressing NDEs.

Western Children’s and Teens’ NDEs 

Cherie Sutherland, PhD
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Richly illustrated with the words of childhood and teen experiencers, Dr. Cherie Sutherland gives a moving and powerful talk about the nature, content and aftereffects of young people's NDEs.  Providing evidence that age, circumstance, or brain development have no effect on the content or complexity of the near-death experience in children and teens, she offers a rich tapestry of the unique challenges that children and teen experiencers face, growing up transformed and often at odds with their parents' and traditional religions' beliefs about God and death.  Dr. Sutherland concludes with suggestions for how medical personnel and family members can help the young person, and also evidence that these experiences are therapeutic for bereaved parents.  

Characteristics of Western NDErs 

Jeff Long, MD
Jason MacLurg, MD
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In Western countries, are there any characteristics of individuals that predispose them to have NDEs during a life-threatening event?  Are there any characteristics of near-death experiencers (NDErs) that modifies significantly the content of their NDEs?  Answers to these important questions are vital in the quest to better understand NDEs. In this presentation, Dr. Jeffrey Long and Dr. Jason MacLurg review 30 years of research into the characteristics of NDErs from Western countries to examine how culture, personal characteristics and belief systems might affect the incidence and content of NDEs. This is a critical aspect of NDE research if we are to understand the elements of the experience, including what appear to be symbolic motifs and unusual sensory experiences that are part of many accounts.

Veridical Perception in NDEs

Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, LMFT, NCC
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One of the most fascinating aspects of NDEs is "veridical perception," in which the near-death experiencer reports seeing or hearing events during their NDEs that, given the condition and/or position of their physical bodies, should have been impossible to perceive but are nevertheless corroborated as accurate. Because this phenomenon should be an impossibility given our current understanding of how the brain functions, it has aroused intense controversy and interest. In this presentation, Dr. Jan Holden from the University of North Texas reviews decades of research into this phenomenon. She surveys over 100 instances of possible veridical perception in the research literature. The startling result is that the vast majority of these cases were shown to be accurate. Delving deeper, Dr. Holden analyzes in great detail a few of the most interesting cases. She then reviews the hospital studies that have attempted to capture veridical perception under scientifically controlled conditions, all of which have been unsuccessful so far. She concludes by discussing the controversy that continues to swirl around this phenomenon.

Recent Veridical Perception Research in U.S. and U.K. Hospitals 

Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, LMFT, NCC, Moderator
Peter Fenwick, MD
Bruce Greyson, MD

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NDErs sometimes report the perception of events during their NDEs that appears to have been impossible considering the location and/or condition of their physical bodies and yet is later corroborated as accurate. After Dr. Holden summarizes research that provides a rationale for pursuing veridical perception research in the hospital setting, Dr. Fenwick describes his hospital veridical perception research procedures and findings with Dr. Sam Parnia in the U.K., and Drs. Greyson and Holden describe theirs in the U.S.

A Five-Year Prospective Hospital Study of NDEs in Wales 

Penny Sartori, PhD
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Dr. Sartori describes a five-year prospective research project of hospital NDEs and OBEs that she conducted in Wales. Results of the study include the frequency of NDEs / OBEs and a comparison of two patient samples. Patient testimonies are used to compare case reports of hallucinations with NDEs.

A Thirty-Year Perspective: Medicine’s Changing Views Towards NDEs 

Pam Kircher, MD
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Dr. Kircher begins her session with a list of factors leading to increased numbers of reported NDEs and subsequently examines changes that have taken place in the last 30 years regarding the NDE. Additionally, she identifies three different aspects of medicine that support the concept that consciousness is nonlocal. She concludes with four factors leading to increased knowledge about NDEs among health care professionals.

Practical and Ethical Implications of NDE Research for Palliative, End-of-Life, and Other Clinical Care and Educational Settings

Diane Corcoran, PhD, RN
Debbie James, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, UTMDACC
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In many medical settings, death is considered the enemy – or professional defeat. What ethical and practical implications does this hold for the care of near-death experiencers? Presenters Diane Corcoran and Debbie James, two nurses long involved in the care of near-death experiencers and nationally recognized Nursing Speakers, review 30 years of literature on this subject. They concentrate on the subject of nursing education but touch on issues relating to mental health and pastoral counseling as well. Given the frequency of NDEs occurring in critical care hospital environments, the presenters lay out a road map of what needs to be done for the training of all types of health care professionals with particular emphasis on ethical implications and practical applications for palliative and end-of-life care.

On the Continuity of Consciousness 

Pim van Lommel, MD
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Dr. van Lommel discusses new hypotheses that could explain the several universally reported elements of an NDE with non-local interconnected fields of consciousness. According to this concept, humans can conclude that our consciousness could be based on fields of information, consisting of waves, and that it originates in a higher dimensional phase-space.

NDEs throughout History and across Cultures 

Allan Kellehear, PhD
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Is there a "core" near-death experience that encompasses Western and non-technological societies? For the past 30 years numerous studies have been made of Western near-death experiences, their aftereffects and implications.  Some researchers claim there is a "core" experience that is part of mankind's spiritual heritage. In this presentation, Dr. Allan Kellehear, an Australian sociologist and director of palliative care, delivers a challenge to the assumptions drawn by white, Anglo-European cultures with his survey of non-Western accounts, including numerous studies of hunter-gatherers and Pacific islanders, as well as the growing literature on Asian experiences. Dr. Kellehear analyzes all accounts of non-Western near-death experiences published through 2005 to determine what, if any, features appear to be universal. The features he examines are the tunnel, the out-of-body experience, the life review, and the presence of supernatural beings and a supernatural world. He concludes that some features seem cross-cultural, some appear to be culture-specific, and, in some cases, the question of universality of the feature remains ambiguous.

World Religions and NDEs 

Farnáz Ma'súmián, MA
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Are there elements of the NDE in the major world religions that are reflected in their descriptions of the afterlife, the ultimate deity, if any, and values that match the character transformation of near-death experiencers? What are the common threads between the world religions and how can we bridge the gap that separates them from each other?  Farnáz. Ma'sumián, from the University of Texas and author of Life after Death: A Study of the Afterlife in World Religions (2002), takes us on a journey through four millennia of the sacred writings, beliefs and values of seven world religions – Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and the Baha'i faith – and what insights the NDE can offer on their theology and practice.

NDErs’ Panel A 

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At every past IANDS conference, this session has been evaluated as the “most valuable” part of the entire conference. Volunteer attendees who have had an NDE or NDLE share their experiences, often for the first time, with the audience through a moderated panel discussion. No two panels are ever the same, and many panelists have reported that they “are not the same after disclosing their experience to a large but supportive audience.”

Panel: Caregiver Challenges 

Debbie James, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, Moderator
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This panel of experienced NDEr caregivers will discuss challenges caregivers face while caring for a patient or client after an NDE. They will then describe practical and ethical interventions for a caregiver to consider including in an NDEr’s Plan of Care.

Panel: The Effect of NDEs on Couple Relationships

Rozan Christian, PhD, LPC, Moderator
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Exploring the impact of the aftereffect of NDEs on the marriages of experiencers, Dr. Christian summarizes the findings from her first-ever empirical investigation of the incidence and dynamics of intact marriage or divorce following the NDE of one of the spouses. For the panel discussion, intact couples and divorced (and sometimes remarried) NDErs describe their marital experiences subsequent to their NDEs. Dr. Christian and panelists draw comparisons between panelists’ testimonials and Dr. Christian’s research results.

NDErs’ Panel B

Four Panel Members
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At every past IANDS conference, this session has been evaluated as the “most valuable” part of the entire conference. Volunteer attendees who have had an NDE or NDLE share their experiences, often for the first time, with the audience through a moderated panel discussion. No two panels are ever the same, and many panelists have reported that they “are not the same after disclosing their experience to a large but supportive audience.”

Panel: Combat NDEs 

Diane Corcoran, PhD, RN, Moderator
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Dr. Corcoran facilitates discussion between individuals who came to have their NDE through combat. She describes the NDE environment in the military as well as current NDE resources available in the military. The panel explores recommendations to improve care during and after combat.

Panel: NDEs and Suicide 

Bruce Greyson, MD, Moderator
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Some of the most frequently asked question regarding near-death experiences concerns suicide. What are the NDEs like of those who have attempted suicide but survived? Can knowledge of the NDE play a role in suicide prevention? Dr. Greyson facilitates a panel discussion of individuals who are survivors of a suicide attempt during which they had an NDE. After the panelists shared their experiences, they discussed the impact of the NDE on their lives.

Panel: Childhood NDEs 

Pam Kircher, MD, Moderator
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Dr. Kircher facilitates a panel of individuals who had near-death experiences as children. She explores how the NDE has been integrated into their lives and what challenges they have encountered. She also notes differences between NDEs in children and adults, thus suggesting potential interventions for care of both populations.

Panel: The Future of NDE Veridical Perception Research 

Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, LMFT, NCC, Moderator
Peter Fenwick, MD
Penny Sartori, PhD
Pim van Lommel, MD

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Veridical perception refers to NDErs’ reports of perception during their NDEs that appears to have been impossible considering the location and/or condition of the NDEr’s physical body and yet is later corroborated as accurate. In this panel leading researchers in the phenomenon of veridical perception describe and compare their views about the best model for future veridical perception research.

History, Controversy, and Ethical Implications in the Field of Near-Death Studies 

Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, LMFT, NCC
Bruce Greyson, MD
Debbie James, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, UTMDACC
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This presentation briefly begins with an introduction to the entire 2006 IANDS conference, laying out what will be covered in the following days. With the introduction of Dr. Bruce Greyson from the University of Virginia, the presentation moves into the heart of the content. Dr. Greyson summarizes major developments in the first 30 years of near-death studies, including a discussion of pioneers in the field, websites and publications. He reviews research papers and books that drew on the accounts of 2,500 near-death experiencers, and concludes by defining and contrasting retrospective versus prospective studies - and how each has affected the field. Dr. Jan Holden from the University of North Texas continues with an analysis of the controversy surrounding this field of research, using Dr. Ken Wilber's Integral Theory to understand why such intense controversy exists. Debbie James, RN, from the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center concludes the presentation with an overview of the ethical implications for the care of near-death experiencers. It is recommended that this DVD be purchased if one is obtaining most or all of the DVDs from this conference as it will help to establish the context for the other presentations.

Personal Reflections on the Field of Near-Death Studies 

Raymond Moody, MD, PhD
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Research on After-Death Communication 

Bill Guggenheim
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Mr. Guggenheim describes the results of his 7-year study of After-Death Communications (ADCs) based on over 3,000 first-hand accounts provided by over 2,000 research participants. He discusses the implications of his findings for palliative and end-of-life caregivers and for healthcare professionals working with those who are grieving.

Sharing Near-Death Experiences: A Therapeutic Use of Self 

Deborah Q. Wilkinson, EdD, RN
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Dr. Wilkinson describes the components in a therapeutic liaison. She also discusses self-disclosure as therapeutic use of self regarding NDE. She includes how such interventions may improve care of those healing as well as dying.

The Search for God and Afterlife in the Age of Science 

Ken Vincent, EdD
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Advances in psychiatric diagnosis enable the differentiation of the NDE and other transpersonal experiences from mental illness. Although the NDE and other transpersonal experiences do not prove the existence of a personal God and afterlife, they definitely point to it. Research into the aftereffects of the NDE and other transpersonal experiences document positive changes in the areas of spirituality and well-being.

Why NDEs Bring Comfort to the Ill and Bereaved 

Evelyn Elsaesser-Valarino
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Ms. Elsaesser-Valarino discusses how the NDE can bring comfort to the terminally ill, the dying, and the bereaved. She also describes the impact of the NDE, Nearing Death Awareness (NDA), and After Death Communication (ADC) on grief and bereavement through the use of case studies. The session concludes with considerations for caregivers.

If You Build It They Will Come: Maintaining a Successful Support Group for Near-Death Experiencers 

Kimberly Clark Sharp, MSW, LCSW
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Drawing on decades of experience both organizing and observing successful support groups of NDErs, Ms. Sharp describes how to develop such a group and discusses the benefits and challenges of continued momentum of an NDE support network.

NDEs and REM Intrusion 

Jeff Long, MD
Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, LMFT, NCC
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After explaining the phenomenon of REM intrusion and providing an overview of Dr. Kevin Nelson et al.’s recent Nature article on NDEs and REM intrusion, the presenters critique Nelson et al.’s research methodology, findings, and conclusions. The presenters conclude with recommendations for future research on the possible relationship between NDEs and REM intrusion.

Sense of Contact with the Deceased: Experiences of Police 

Richard E. Kelly, EdD, LCPC
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Dr. Kelly, a mental health clinician for 30 years that included specialized services to emergency service workers and medical personnel, reviews research on the prevalence of reports by police of possible post-mortem contact at the sites of accidents and health emergencies. He concludes the session by recommending certain care considerations for emergency responders who report these experiences.

Let’s Talk About It 

Diane Corcoran, PhD, RN
Debbie James, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, UTMDACC
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Two near-death experiencers (NDErs) share what happened to them after their NDE when they described their experience to doctors, nurses and others immediately after their NDE. Long-time nursing educators Diane Corcoran and Debbie James follow this up with a discussion of the importance of an NDEr’s disclosure of their experience, the reasons an NDEr might not disclose, and strategies for healthcare providers to facilitate and respond constructively and ethically to the disclosure of an NDE.

Who in the World is Interested in NDEs?

PMH Atwater, LHD
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Dr.  Atwater shares insights she has gained from 28 years of travel and speaking to audiences throughout the world on the Near-Death Experience. She compares cultural differences she has noted regarding the very topic of the NDE as well as a myrid of responses she has received through her presentations about the phenomenon. She concludes with several considerations for healthcare providers who intervene with a near-death survivor.

The Role of Anomalous Experiences in Healthy Grief

Bruce Horacek, PhD
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Dr. Horacek discusses how the NDE might point to the possibility that consciousness continues to exist after one dies. He also notes how the NDE may reduce death anxiety and suggests that a reunion might await the griever and the deceased loved one. He closes with thoughts regarding an increased communication between those who are dying and their loved ones.

Homostenosis: The Art and Science of Death and Dying 

Alex Peralta, Jr, MD, DABHPM

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Dr. Peralta calls upon his many years in the field of Hospice and Palliative Care to look at the stages, as well as the physical and spiritual signs and symptoms, of dying. He compares and contrasts Erik Erikson’s adolescent psychosocial moratorium to a proposed psycho-spiritual moratorium. He concludes with an exploration of the potential therapeutic use of symbolic images in understanding the myth of death.

A session of Induced After-Death Communication on Sunday morning with Rozan Christian, PhD, LPC 

Dr. Rozan Christian Dr. Rozan Christian is a Texas Licensed Professional Counselor who has been trained to facilitate induced after-death communication (IADC®)  sessions. She received her training from Allan L. Botkin, Psy.D., the individual who developed this approach.

Rozan will donate one IADC session, which she will conduct Sunday  morning, October 29, 2006 at a location to be determined, probably a private room in the conference hotel. The session will be 60-90  minutes in duration. Rozan makes no guarantees that the participant  will experience communication with the deceased loved one. However, individuals who have successfully experienced an after-death communication have been willing to experience the sadness they feel for the loss of their loved one and be able to maintain an open and receptive mind throughout the process.

If you have any questions about IADCs, Rozan will be available at the  conference to discuss the process with you. Also, if you have received  a serious psychiatric diagnosis, please talk to her ahead of time at  the conference so she can determine if you would be a good candidate for participating in an IADC session.

Rozan will meet with the winner of this silent auction item at the Celebration/Party Saturday evening, October 28, to gather general information to help facilitate a more relaxed, open session on Sunday morning.

2006 Conference Presentations Handouts

Note that these are presentations made by individuals at an IANDS conference, and do not necessarily represent the views of the IANDS organization.

 

Presenters
Title
Handout
Nancy Evans Bush, MA Distressing Western NDEs pdfPDF 350.63 Kb
Diane Corcoran, PhD, RN NDE Research for Palliative, End-of-Life, and Other Clinical Care and Educational Settings pdfPDF 785.10 Kb
Evelyn Elsaesser-Valarino Why NDEs Bring Comfort to the Ill and Bereaved pdf PDF 142.78 Kb

Bruce Greyson, MD,
Emily Williams Kelly, PhD
Edward F. Kelly, PhD

Explanatory Models for Near-Death Experiences pdfPDF 433.03 Kb
Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, NCC
Bruce Greyson, MD
Debbie James, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, UTMDACC
History, Controversy, and Ethical Implications in the Field of Near-Death Studies pdf PDF 1.72 Mb
Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, NCC Veridical Perception in NDEs pdf PDF 3.05 Mb
Bruce Horacek, PhD The Role of Anomalous Experiences in Healthy Grief pdfPDF 132.05 Kb
Debbie James, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, UTMDACC NDE Research Impact on Educational Settings pdf PDF 5.90 Mb
Allan Kellehear, PhD Census of Non-Western NDEs to 2005:
Observations & Critical Reflections
pdf PDF 36.63 Kb
Richard E. Kelly, EdD, LCPC Sense of Contact with the Deceased: Experiences of Police, Fire´Čüghters, and Emergency Medical Personnel pdfPDF 878.93 Kb
Pam Kircher, MD

A Thirty Year Perspective: Medicine’s Changing Views toward NDEs

pdfPDF 372.55 Kb
Jeff Long, MD
Jan Holden, EdD, LPC-S, NCC
NDEs and REM Intrusion pdf PDF 1.41 Mb
Farnáz Ma’súmián, MA Spirituality, World Religions, and NDEs pdf PDF 6.51 Mb
Russell Noyes, MD
Peter Fenwick, MD
Rozan Christian, PhD
Positive Aftereffects of Near-Death Experiences pdfPDF 122.11 Kb
Scott Taylor, EdD
Pim van Lommel, MD
Pleasurable Western Adult NDEs: Circumstances and Contents pdfPDF 497.29 Kb
Pim van Lommel, MD On the Continuity of Consciousness pdfPDF 101.90 Kb
Ken Vincent, EdD The Search for God and Afterlife in the Age of Science pdfPDF 206.73 Kb

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