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Dale Larson, Ph.D. talks with Radio New Zealand about end of life conversations

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Dale Larson, Ph.D. a professor in the Counseling Psychology department, talks with Radio New Zealand about end of life conversations.

Learn more about his recent major media appearances:

  Topics Media Appearances
Mar 25, 2013 End of Life Conversations Radio New Zealand
Feb 22, 2013 DSM-5 Controversy The Sydney Morning Herald
Feb 22, 2013 DSM-5 Controversy The Australian Newspaper
Feb 22, 2013 DSM-5 Controversy The Wire Radio
Feb 21, 2013 End of Life Conversations - Leading Online News Publication
Feb 20, 2013 End of Life Conversations Radio National's Life Matters program - National Program in Austrlia



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