Here’s a summary from our podcast interview with Master Hospice Practitioner Karen Wyatt and her insights about spirituality in end of life situations.
- Intro 8:00
- What drives Karen in her spiritual work 9:15
- How her medical practice affected her spirituality 10:25
- Being a spiritual physician 13:15
- Introducing spiritual concepts in hospice situations 16:40
- End of life situations and family involvement 18:16
- Karen’s book, What Really Matters 19:55
- Karen’s own family caregiving experience 21:30
- Family caregiving and spirituality 24:12
- Karen’s advice on spirituality and end of life 25:00
- What’s next for Karen and how to get in touch with her 26:35
You can hear Karen’s interview in the episode Rollright Stones Saved by Timelord / Master Hospice Practitioner Karen Wyatt / Waiting in Line on Apple Podcasts, on Google Play Music, or on the Spiritual Fizz website.
Karen Wyatt is a retired family physician who has founded a free medical clinic in a homeless shelter, accompanied three medical-mission teams to Honduras, testified before the U.S. Senate on integrated medical care, and developed a Creative Healing initiative to integrate spirituality into traditional medical practice.
Today, Karen is an author and public speaker who shares the insightful stories of hospice and end-of-life patients, and helps people achieve spiritual healing. She is also the author of What Really Matters: 7 Lessons for Living from the Stories of the Dying, and The Tao of Death: The Secret to a Rich and Meaningful Life. Both are available on Amazon.
You can find out more about Karen at her website.
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