Stan Goldberg, PhD, coaches individual and corporate clients in how to effect change more efficiently. He is also Professor Emeritus in Communicative Disorders at San Francisco State University. He has authored six technical books in that field.
He is an experienced public speaker and has published articles, poems, and plays addressing end-of-life issues. His three-act play, Choices, won first place in the 2007 Festival of New Work at the Oxford International Institute for Documentary and Drama in Conflict Transformation.
He is one of six essayists who were asked by NPR to read their “This I Believe” essay at a public gathering in 2007. He lives with his wife in the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information about him, visit his website at www.stangoldbergwriter.com.
Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life
When Stan Goldberg was diagnosed with cancer, he chose to face his fear by helping others who were already in the process of dying: Stan signed up as a hospice volunteer and spent several years at the bedsides of… Read More
Stan Goldberg is a cancer survivor, hospice volunteer, husband, father, professor emeritus at San Francisco State University, and devoted player of the shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) and Native American flute. In 2009 he was named Volunteer of the Year by the Hospice Volunteer Association. He has published seven books, written numerous articles, and delivered more than 100 lectures and workshops throughout the world in the areas of learning, change, loss, and end-of-life issues.