Daniela Muggia is a thanatologist co-author of The Impact of Empathy — A New Approach to Working with ADHD Children and the winner of the prestigious Terzani Award for the Medical Humanities. For almost 30 years she studied the Tibetan tradition of death and dying with Sogyal Rinpoche, author of the ground-breaking Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. She also trained with Cesare Boni at Naples University, Italy. After more than 20 years of working with the terminally ill, she has developed the ECEL method, Empathic Care at the End of Life; one of the most popular courses taught in hospitals, hospices and for Masters degree programs at universities in Italy and other countries. 


Daniela Muggia lecturing on:
Consciousness and the Moment of Death at the June 2015 Helsinki Converence: Transcultural Perspective on consciousness: a bridge between Anthropology, Medicine and Physics



Also Ric Bratton, Blue Funk Radio, "This Week in America", Fort Wayne, Indiana (click on #21)


Articles and Reviews

Evolving Magazine, May, 2015

Total Health Magazine, April, 2015 (page 22)

Total Health Magazine, March, 2015 (page 22)

Total Health Magazine, Feb 2015 (page 16)

ForeWord Reviews, Winter 2015

Rewire Me, January 6, 2015

Elephant Journal Article January 2, 2015

Edge Magazine, December 2014

Spirit Seeker October 2014

Total Health Online, October 2014 - Article by Daniela Muggia

Total Health Online, October 2014 - Book Review

Cover Total Health Online, October 2014 - headliner

Heal Myself Article Page 1 - October 2014

Heal Myself Article Page 2 - October 2014

Research at Parma Hospital, Italy, on staff trained in ECEL, “Empathic Care For the End of Life”: stress highly reduced through Tibetan traditional compassion meditation techniques. Winner of the Terzani Award for Medical Humanities 2008.
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