Founders Blog


Jerry's Goodbye Time

A note from Executive Director Diane Cirincione-Jampolsky, Ph.D.

We share the news that our beloved Founder of Attitudinal Healing, who has helped so many through their time of transition, has peacefully and in full Grace, transitioned himself in his 96th year. It is what we have been calling Jerry's "Goodbye Time." We have honored together as a family the precious weeks and months prior to his passing for all the gifts they held. 

Jerry's son, Dr. Lee Jampolsky, wrote and recorded his beautiful journal entry, which was intertwined masterfully on the video we share below. It was created by our dear friend and graphic designer, Mariah Parker ( This reflection on Lee's personal process of 'letting go' was from a profound point in time. We are forever grateful to Hospice by the Bay who finally helped make Jerry comfortable and pain-free while he was still present with us.

Our family is so grateful for the tremendous outpouring of love and appreciation for how Jerry’s life, and his contribution of Attitudinal Healing, have added so much to the lives of so many across the continents. While we may not be able to respond directly, your thoughts or stories about Jerry to us are welcomed, appreciated, and will be archived.You can email us at [email protected]

We wish you peace amidst these unpredictable times.

May Love be the way we walk in gratitude.