Breakout Session: Faith Farnoosh Nouri, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, BCC

Aftereffects of Near-Death Experiences


Approximately one third of individuals who have come close to death have reported incidents of Near-Death Experiences (NDEs). This number makes up 5% of the United States population. During an NDE, individuals have reported a set of psychological and paranormal experiences. After an NDE, many have reported a change in the quality of their lives and some have reported deep spiritual transformation. Even though many of these aftereffects can have a positive effect on one’s life, the lack of knowledge about the NDEs and their aftereffects by NDErs themselves and their family and friends have been a source of stress for many. Gaining knowledge and understanding about these aftereffects will allow general public and professionals help NDErs cope with new changes in their lives as a result of their NDE and connect with proper resources.

Presenter bio

farnooshnouriDr. Nouri is an Educator, licensed professional counselor, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a Board Certified Coach. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, Texas Counseling Association, International Association for Near-Death Studies, and Sufi Psychology Association. She has been a practitioner since 1997 in clinical and private practice settings and a Higher Education Educator since 1993. Farnoosh works with clients on a variety of issues related to personal and professionalgrowth. She specializes in the areas of personal and professional development and growth, relationships, stress management, depression and anxiety, parenting, and overcoming negative habits such as smoking and emotional eating.

Dr. Nouri teaches at Texas Woman’s University and Argosy University. Her major area of research has been on the Electromagnetic Aftereffects of Near-Death Experiences. Her hobbies are reading, biking, being out in nature, and spending time with her family. She is also a presenter on various topics related to overcoming psychological dilemmas and promoting positive change.

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