- When Does Sustaining Life Become Too Long?
- A Hospice Nurse Gives Hope
- The Life Lesson
- How to achieve a dignified, meaningful death and a greater appreciation of life through the hospice experience.
Suzanne O’Brien, RN, brings a unique approach to health, wellness and life transition.
Suzanne O’Brien’s uplifting presentations — about approaching end of life care and death, and the resulting life lessons, with honesty, clarity and dignity — a guidepost to better living and dying.
As a hospice nurse and end of life educator, Suzanne is on the frontier of life and death, and tackles these necessary subjects with grace and depth.
She helps patients and their families make the most meaningful end of life journey:
Clarifies the spiritual aspects of death to help people realize it’s not a taboo subject: It’s one for frank discussion and thoughtful advance planning
Provides valuable, practical advice to patients and families about how to get the most from the hospice experience
Prepares for every aspect of what we all face as we approach the end of life
As a hospice nurse and advocate, Suzanne has seen its value firsthand.
Her broad experience in hospice care and deep empathy for patients and caregivers infuse Life, Love and Transition with warmth and depth.
Suzanne’s numerous patient stories illustrate how the end of life can be peaceful and beautiful.
Discover Suzanne’s remarkable path from spiritual and fitness counselor to hospice nurse and advocate.
Take Charge of your Health:
For non-hospice individuals who seek to gain a greater appreciation of life and health, Suzanne’s holistic philosophy is expressed in Take Charge of Your Health.
Through fitness/nutrition, transpersonal counseling and Reiki services, she helps her clients gain physical, mental and spiritual strength to cope with life’s challenges and opportunities.
Books by Suzanne O’Brien, RN