Simple pleasures –– simple lists. Post your list of little things that make you happy in a world where there is often something to be sad about. This can also be a place for you to just rag about things that are a drag!
Friday, January 29, 2010
Dailure and Dailrag
Florence Gelo, D.Min, NCPsyA
DEPARTMENT: Family, Community, and Preventive Medicine
SPECIALTY: Death and dying; palliative care; religion/spirituality and medicine
EDUCATION: D.Min, Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary; NCPsyA, Philadelphia School for Modern Psychoanalysis
Dr. Gelo is the behavioral science coordinator for the Family Medicine residency program and the recipient of funding to establish a curriculum around religion, spirituality and medicine. She is the co-recipient of a grant from the George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health for work in medicine and spirituality with family medicine residents. She has numerous peer-reviewed publications in journals, including the Hastings Center Report, theJournal of Pastoral Care and the American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Gelo is also a pastoral psychotherapist in private practice specializing in grief and loss and chronic illness. She serves as a guide at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.