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David Kessler on Healing Grief & Loss

Program Information

Outline

Interventions that can Shape Grief

Anticipatory Grief

Children in Grief Complicated Grief Explanations of Types of Grief Forgiveness The Grief of Suicide The Body and Grief Trauma Positive Psychology and Grief Pet Loss Self-care for Clinician Working with Loss Successfully Supporting Friends and Family Members in Grief Tools for the Clinician to Help Clients Cope with Disasters and How We Cope

Objectives

  1. Explore the dynamics of different types of grief and the healing processes associated with each.
  2. Specify age appropriate grieving milestones that occur across the lifespan.
  3. Articulate the somatic response to grief and identify how to manage residual grief in the body.
  4. Consider why children are often the “forgotten grievers” and identify strategies for helping this population.
  5. Analyze the efficacy of positive psychology interventions in treating grief.
  6. Ascertain the relationship between traumatic events and grief as it relates to the healing process.

Copyright : 19/02/2019

David Kessler On Grief and Grieving Module 8: Tools for the Clinician to Help Clients Cope

Copyright : 19/02/2019

Grief and Addiction | Grief and Children

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Explore why addiction grief is often weighted in self-blame and guilt
  2. Explore how to help loved ones sort through the shame, isolation, and the roles they played in an addiction death
  3. Explore particular tools for helping clients deal with addiction grief and the “if only’s” that accompany it, such as responsibility clarification and separating out the loved one’s voice from the addiction

Outline

The Opioid Epidemic

Substance Related Causes of Death

Death Shapes Grief

Tools

Pure Grief versus External Triggers

Understanding Survivors Guilt

Sudden Death versus Suicide

The 3 C’s of Addiction

Copyright : 24/03/2018