PEF Members: Social Work Training – Understanding and Addressing Bereavement in Adults, Children and Teens (with CEUs)
This workshop will provide participants with enhanced understanding of bereavement in adults, children and adolescents. Discussion will include the process and psychological purpose of grief and their implications for bereavement counseling, and will examine key factors associated with individual responses to loss, including family system and mental health influences. Atypical losses and related treatment issues will be discussed, providing participants with valuable insights into early parental loss, young widowhood, parental loss of child, and traumatic losses, including those resulting from suicide, homicide, terrorism or warfare, and natural disasters. The presentation will use a developmental lens to examine grief reactions at varying life stages. Individual, family and school interventions will be presented. (6 approved Licensed Master Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist continuing education units)
Where: New York City
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 9, 2019; 9 AM to 4 PM
Provider: OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services
Location: Kingsway Jewish Center, Brooklyn, NY
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 2, 2019
Click here to sign up for Understanding and Addressing Bereavement in Adults, Children and Teens (with CEUs) in the SLMS (sign in required).You can also search Learning in the SLMS for PSWP_4852 or “4852” to locate the class.
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