Noted Psychiatrist Addresses Near-Death Experiences
The author of Life After Life, the first major book on near-death experiences (written in 1975) guest speaker Raymond Moody, Ph.D., M.D., will talk from 2 to 5 p.m., July 8, at the Chicago International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) meeting in the Frank Auditorium in Evanston Hospital. Topics may include psychiatry, medical ethics, human consciousness studies, death and dying, peak experiences and the paranormal, grief and bereavement, the healing power of humor, personal growth and self-actualization, creativity and critical thinking enhancement, and classical philosophy.
Moody is a renowned psychiatrist and celebrated bestselling author with 11 titles to date. He has served on the faculty at the University of Virginia, the University of Nevada, East Carolina University and West Georgia College. Moody is widely published in professional journals and regularly appears on TV and radio.
Admission is $20, with free covered parking; Location: 2650 Ridge Ave., Evanston. For more information, call 847-251-5758 or visit Chicagoiands.org.