By Kim Bateman
Kim Bateman, Ph.D., has facilitated grief workshops and taught classes in dying and loss of life for over twenty years. Her study pursuits comprise bereavement, organizational psychology, and humor, and he or she has offered over 60 tasks within the behavioral sciences at nearby and nationwide psychology meetings. Dr. Bateman has added many striking keynote addresses, together with: “There’s a Fox lower than My mattress and Pixie dirt in My Hair,” on the Developmental Psychology convention, “The Psychology of Humor” on the Women’s health convention, and “College tradition during the tune Lyrics of Bob Marley,” on the group university League of California conference. She lately offered a TEDx speak known as “Singing Over Bones.” Dr. Bateman serves because the government dean of the Tahoe-Truckee Campus of Sierra university.
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