This short video was made February 14, 2007 - yes, Valentine's Day! - not long after the release of my first book, The Final Crossing. The video explores the bridge between supporting people who are physically dying and guiding those who are dying symbolically - learning to die in order to live.
Rites of Passage a 48-minute audio interview with Dr. Drew Sinatra Be HEALTHistic episode #31 - recorded June 2020
from the Be HEALTHistic website: In this week’s episode of Be HEALTHistic, Dr. Drew Sinatra welcomes Dr. Scott Eberle, a rites-of-passage guide and hospice physician who offers counseling to those going through major life transitions, and end-of-life care for patients and their families. He is also a guide at the School of Lost Borders, who recently led Dr. Drew on a “wilderness fast.” Today, we explore the ways life forces us to constantly adapt, how to navigate the global crisis and rites of passage that we are all experiencing, and how setting intentions and connecting with nature can provide calm and clarity in these uncertain times.
On Being a Mortal Animal a 90-minute audio interview with Daniel Vitalis ReWild Yourself #156 - August 9, 2017
from the "ReWild Yourself" website: "How you live is how you die," Dr. Scott Eberle — a physician specializing in end-of-life care — tells us in today's interview. Having spent many years at the bedside of the dying, Scott has learned some important lessons from those participating in their final rite of passage, and he's here to impart a bit of that wisdom with us today, inspiring us to live and die more consciously . . . In this interview, we explore the practice of living and dying and what it means to be a mortal animal. Consciously approaching life and death calls for us to "confront the difficult questions" and "have the difficult conversations" right now, and Scott shares how he has integrated these practices into his own life. We discuss Scott's experiences working in hospice, thoughts on death acceptance, the common regrets of the dying and much more. If you’re a mortal animal, you’ll want to hear this conversation . . .
Scott Eberle, M.D. Petaluma, California firstname.lastname@example.org 707-772-5404