Joe Dwyer, Certified Pet Loss Counselor

Joe’s professional career began as a Chemical engineer at Schering Plough, having earned a degree in chemistry from Rutgers University. He moved on to Bell Atlantic in 1984 and, as a sales manager, won awards for Sales, Leadership, and Labor Relations four years in a row. His career took a turn in 2000 when he joined the Archdiocese of Newark. He was instrumental in reshaping the administration within the Archdiocese and spent seven years as Vice Chancellor for Administration. Joe is trained in martial arts and possesses a 3rd degree black belt in Karate. Joe is a graduate of the Emerson Theological Institute certified as an Animal Chaplain. He also serves as President of the Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement (APLB). Joe is President and founder of Daniel’s Dream dog rescue. The theme is to save dogs today through a foster network, and tomorrow by inspiring our youth. Joe has rescued all of his dogs and trained one of the rescued dogs, Shelby, to be a certified therapy dog. In November of 2011, Daniel “the miracle Beagle” came to live with Joe. Daniel has already had a positive impact.


444 - Creating A Compassionate Practice from the Inside Out by Focusing on Core Principles
Friday, September 15, 2017 from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM