Dr. Rev. Terri Daniel

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Death Studies. Bereavement. The intersection of psychology and religion

 

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATES AND TRAINING
2019 Doctor of Ministry, Pastoral Care & Counseling, San Francisco Theological Seminary
2019 Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)
2016 M.A. in Pastoral Care, Fordham University
2015 Certified in Death, Dying and Bereavement, ADEC
2014 B.A. in Religious Studies, Marylhurst University
2012 Unit One, Clinical Pastoral Education, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Corvalis, OR.
2012 Spiritual care internship/volunteering at Hopewell House Hospice, Portland, OR.
2011 Conscious Dying Training, the Four Winds Foundation
2007 Sacred Art of Dying, Units 2 and 4

 

RELATED TRAINING, TEACHING AND WORK EXPERIENCE
2019 Instructor, Spirituality and Chronic Illness, San Francisco Theological Seminary
2019 Guest instructor, Death, Dying and Bereavement, Sonoma State College
2018 Guest instructor, Spirituality and Mental Health, San Francisco Theological Seminary
2018 Instructor, Spirituality and Bereavement, San Francisco Theological Seminary
2018 Instructor, Grief as a Mystical Journey - USF School of Nursing
2013-2016 Volunteer Chaplain, Legacy Meridian Park Hospital
2013 Ordained Interfaith Minister, American Institute of Holistic Theology
2010-2012 Volunteer, Partners in Care Hospice, Bend, OR
2007-2009 Volunteer, Hospice of Redmond and Sisters, Redmond, OR.

 

HONORS / AWARDS
2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, Marylhurst University
2016 Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society, Fordham University

 

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
Daniel, Terri. “Losing Faith vs. Gaining Perspective: How Trauma and Loss Can Create a More Spacious Form of Spiritual Awareness.” Journal of Spirituality & Paranormal Studies. Jan 2012, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p18-22.


Daniel, Terri. Grief as a Mystical Journey: Fowler’s Stages of Faith Development and Their Relation to Post-Traumatic Growth. December 2017. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, Volume: 71, Issue 4, 220–229.


Daniel, Terri. Toxic Theology as a Contributing Factor in Complicated Mourning
December 2019. Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling. Volume 73, Issue 4, 196-204

 

BOOKS
Daniel, T., & Mandell, D. (2008). A swan in heaven: Conversations between two worlds. Sisters, OR: First House Press.

 

Daniel, T. (2010). Embracing death: A new look at grief, gratitude and God. Sisters, OR: First House Press.
 

Daniel, T. (2014). Turning the corner on grief street: Loss and bereavement as a journey of awakening. Place of publication not identified: Portland, OR. First House Press.
 

Daniel, T. (2019). Grief and God: When Religion Does More Harm Than Healing. Sebastopol, CA: First House Press.
 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
American Academy of Religion, Western States Conference, 2014
Loss and Trauma as a Journey of Awakening Portland, OR.


American Academy of Religion, Western States Conference, 2018
Fowler’s Stages of Faith Development Berkeley, CA.


Association for Death Education and Counseling, 2017
Interfaith Conversations with the Dying and the Bereaved Portland, OR.


California State University, Palliative Care Symposium, 2019 San Diego, CA.
Interfaith Conversations with the Dying and the Bereaved


The Afterlife Awareness Conference Multiple cities

  • Conscious Dying in Clinical Settings, 2014 -2019

  • Bereavement and Bad Theology, 2018

  • Grief as a Mystical Journey, 2015

 

Oregon Hospice Association, 2016 Redmond, OR.
Interfaith Conversations with the Dying and the Bereaved


National University of Natural Medicine, 2019 Portland, OR.
Grief as a Mystical Journey


United Leukodystrophy Foundation, 2019 Itasca, IL.
Understanding Anticipatory Grief


Utah Hospice & Palliative Care Organization, 2019 Salt Lake City, UT
Interfaith Conversations with the Dying and the Bereaved


PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES
Teresa Sauceda, DMin
San Francisco Theological Seminary
tsauceda@sfts.edu
415.451.2865

 

Ken Doka, PhD
Hospice Foundation of America
kndok@aol.com
845 462 5837

 

Sonya Lott PhD
Clinical Psychologist
drsonya@sonyalott.com
267-825-0467 -

 

Karen Wyatt, MD
hospice physician
karen@karenwyattmd.com
970-470-2240

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