Christine Duminiak to be a Keynote Speaker at the Real Double Ds of Life Death & Dying Conference

Author Christine Duminiak, an internationally acclaimed Bereavement Recovery Facilitator, teacher, and radio co-host, will be a keynote speaker at the Death & Dying Conference, February 21-22, Chaparral Suites, Scottsdale, AZ.

Online PR News – 08-January-2014 – Philadelphia, PA – Christine will be sharing important insights about her research on the powerful connection between prayer and afterlife contacts and will be conducting grief healing workshops. Christine's presentations are life-changing, uplifting, and healing for audiences of all faiths.

Duminiak, featured on NBC, Fox News, CBS, and Coast to Coast AM, is the author of Heaven Talks to Children: Afterlife Contacts, Spiritual Gifts and Loving Messages, and God's Gift of Love: After-Death Communications. She is the creator, music composer and voice of the guided meditation CD, Meditation of God’s Love and Healing--For Those Who Grieve. Christine will be signing copies of her books at the conference.

Christine is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, an International Spiritual Bereavement Recovery Facilitator since 1998, a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling, radio co-host of Ask the Angels on BlogTalk Radio, the founder and spiritual advisor of Prayer Wave for After-Death Communications--an internet nondenominational grief support prayer group, and message board with members from 21 countries. An Expert Consultant listed with The Learning Annex. She is a contributing writer for the Open To Hope Foundation.

A Certified Reflexologist and a Certified Energy Healing Practitioner, Duminiak has volunteered her time and skills to hospice and cancer patients, for women in crisis pregnancies shelters, and for women transitioning from substance abuse shelters.

For more information on the Real Double Ds of Life Death & Dying Conference visit or contact the Arizona Holistic Chamber of Commerce: 480-245-9632.

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