2011 Phoenix AZ - 2012 Virginia Beach, VA - 2013 St. Louis, MO
2014 Portland, OR - 2015 Norfolk, VA - 2016 St. Louis, MO
Since our first Afterlife Conference in 2011, we have been honored
to host the following experts on life after death, end-of-life care, and bereavement.
Raymond Moody, MD
Pim Van Lommell MD
Stuart Hameroff, MD
Gary Schwartz, Phd
Stafford Betty, PhD
Julia Assante, Phd
Julie Beischel, PhD
Melvin Morse, MD
Spirituality and Metaphysics
Eben Alexander, MD
Bishop John Shelby Spong
Death and Bereavement
Kenneth Doka, Phd
Lou LaGrand, Phd
Rev. Terri Daniel
Dr. Eunice Schroeder
Mediumship and Channeling
"This group has started something very unique and special that will grow in an amazing fashion. To bring together under one roof psychics, dream workers, mediums, counselors, psychologists, therapists, researchers, grief coaches ... this is the perfect mix for our times and for the needs of the many." PMH Atwater, 2011 and 2012 presenter
"I love the personable nature of this conference. It's really a good size, and the people here, in many ways, just flat-out get it."
Dr. Eben Alexander, neurosueon and best-selling author of Proof of Heaven
"I will treasure each moment, each smile, each word of wisdom, each tear-filled story shared from the heart at this conference. Thank you beyond what mere words can express to all the amazing volunteers, presenters and mediums!"
Dr. Joseph Oconnell, Emergency Room Physician
“I’ve been to many conferences that address life after death, but this Afterlife Conference is a rarity, because it approaches the subject from three different vantage points -- spirituality, bereavement and scientific investigation. It is inspiring to see how these different perspectives lead to the same place… an awareness of the survival of consciousness after death. The bereaved find peace and healing. The spiritual seekers find validation for their mystical experiences. And the scientific researchers find an eager audience for their work."
Dr. Raymond Moody, best-selling author of "Life After Life,"
and one of the world's leading researchers on near-death experience.
"I was deeply impressed with the mix of people and disciplines at the Afterlife Conference, as well as the level of dialog and interest in the role of research and the implications of such experiences for grief counseling." Kenneth J. Doka. PhD, Hospice Foundation of America
"This was my second time at this event, and I have received such support, insight, learning and mostly a feeling of well-being! To walk in and be greeted by smiles and a feeling like 'I am home,' there are no words to express my gratitude. As a nurse, I am grateful for more hands-on learning." Laurel Zimmerman, RN