Two part course – Two Days Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st 9am-12pm
This course will focus on grief counseling theory and bereavement counseling tools and techniques. Furthermore, the course aims to raise awareness regarding the array of needs of grieving people coping with death, illness, dying, impairment, separation, workplace change and other significant life loss events. This course will aid clinicians in gaining professional competence in bereavement counseling and the nuances of the human grief response. The course will also address the current experience of communal grief in this unprecedented time of a global pandemic.
9 am – 10 am 7 principles of the Human Grief Response
10:00 am – 11 am Attachment Theory (Bowlby) & Five Stages of Loss (Kuebler-Ross)
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Four Tasks of Mourning (Worden)
9 am to 10 am Loss History & Severe and Persistent Grief
10 am to 11 am The Road to Healing: Tools and Techniques
11 am to 12 pm Counseling Children and Adolescents & the Elderly