Nate Hinerman, PhD, LMFT, is Associate Professor and Chair of Undergraduate Psychology at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He also teaches at the University of San Francisco both in Nursing and Religious Studies, and at San Francisco State University in the Gerontology program. As a philosopher, his research is rather interdisciplinary, and often intermingles existential and psychological approaches to enduring topics such as death, dying, and human suffering. He serves as Chair the San Francisco Bay Area End of Life Coalition, a community group for those seeking support, education, and/or networking around hospice and palliative care issues, now in its 19th year. He also convenes one of the larges international, annual conferences on death, dying, bereavement, and suffering. He is also a psychotherapist, helping clients transition amidst loss, amongst other struggles.
MA, University of San Francisco, CA
MA, Jesuit School of Theology, CA
PhD Philosophy of Religion/Systematic Theology, Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley, CA
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