Joanne Harvey Shatters The Illusion That Death Is Sad From Her Book Dying To Live

Joanne Harvey, author of DYING TO LIVE

Joanne Harvey shatters the illusion that death has to be sad and horrible. It can be challenging—and sometimes difficult—but with hospice support it can also be powerful beyond belief.

With years as a hospice social worker she is an advocate for terminally ill patients and their families.

Joanne currently lives in rural northern California with her husband , 2 dogs,  and 2 cats.

In addition to her writing, photography and public speaking, Joanne continues to work for a local hospice. She also provides emotional freedom techniques to an international clientele.

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, a Masters degree in social work and is a  meridian tapping practitioner.

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