Dr. John Canine has been a consultant and grief counselor for over 30 years. With two master’s degrees and two doctorate degrees in related fields, he has been a part-time instructor and an Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty at Wayne State University in the Department of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professionals/Mortuary Sciences; he has also taught graduate classes at Spring Arbor University.
Dr. Canine has published numerous articles and books. His most recent books have been, “Green Grass in the Junkyard” [2009, WinePress Publishing], “Psychosocial Aspects of Death and Dying” [1996, McGraw-Hill], which is being used across America in counseling and mortuary science schools, “What Am I Going To Do With Myself When I Die?” [1999, McGraw-Hill], and “The Challenge of Living” [1983, Ball]. He has lectured all across America. He is a former All-American Basketball player from Ohio University and was inducted into Ohio’s Hall of Fame in 1991.
Dr. Canine specializes in helping clients cope with grief and bereavement.
Visit his website at www.maximumlivingconsult.com.