Kim Bateman, Ph.D., has facilitated grief workshops and taught courses in Death and Dying for over 20 years. Her research interests include bereavement, organizational psychology, and humor, and she has presented over 60 projects in the behavioral sciences at regional and national psychology conferences. Dr. Bateman has delivered many notable keynote addresses, including: “There’s a Fox Under My Bed and Pixie Dust in My Hair,” at the Developmental Psychology Conference, “The Psychology of Humor” at the Women’s Wellness Conference, and “College Culture Through the Song Lyrics of Bob Marley,” at the Community College League of California convention. She recently presented a TEDx talk called “Singing Over Bones.” Dr. Bateman serves as the executive dean of the Tahoe-Truckee Campus of Sierra College.
Click here to listen to Kim Bateman’s interview, “What Folktales Teach About Grief,” on BYU Radio – Top of Mind with Julie Rose
Click on the link below to watch Dr. Bateman’s TEDx talk, “Singing Over Bones.”
Click on the link below to view a conversation with Dr. Kim Bateman
Conversation with Dr. Kim Bateman
Click on the link below to read an article on Crossing the Owl’s Bridge in the Sierra Sun.
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