Stan Goldberg, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Language and Hearing Disorders at San Francisco State University. He is the author of more than 225 articles and 9 internationally award-winning non-fiction books. Three were translated from English into Chinese, Indonesian, and Portuguese. His writing has received 22 national and international awards.

His book, Lessons for the Living, was cited in Arianna Huffington’s Thrive as one of seven books anyone desiring personal growth should read. He was interviewed or quoted 81 times in media such as The New York Times, USA Today, Women’s Health, Publisher’s Weekly, Psychology Today, The BBC, and The Tattler among others.

He delivered 70 lectures and workshops in Canada, Taiwan, Costa Rica, and throughout the United States. He was the end-of-life expert for the,, and He was honored when Arianna Huffington requested that he write for her website, Articles simultaneously appear on his site and Thrive

After retiring, Goldberg became a bedside volunteer for two years at the internationally celebrated Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco until the Project’s guest house closed. He continued serving the dying for the next six years at Hospice by the Bay, George Mark Children’s House, and Pathways Home Health and Hospice.

Goldberg led 14 training sessions at hospices in North America and Canada and is an end-of-life counselor to individuals throughout the world. The HEAL Project in 2009 honored him as the “Hospice Volunteer of the Year-Writer Extraordinaire.

He is currently working on a new book on aging transitions and recently completed a novel that focuses on love, guilt, and end of life issues.

His website, contains hundreds of publicly available articles on cancer, caregiving, aging, and chronic illnesses.

When not writing he spends time wood and stone sculpting, playing wooden flutes he crafted, flyfishing, and joyous hours acting silly with his granddaughter. He has been living with cancer for sixteen years and devotes time to various cancer support groups.

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