Death, and responses to it, are intrinsic to human experience and occur within a broad social context. Participants will gain an understanding of grief processes, inhibiting factors of grief, variation in grieving styles, contemporary grief theory, including disenfranchised grief, and practical strategies for working with children, teens and families who have experienced death based on the presenters clinical work.
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Approved for 12 hours ACSW Category "A" credits.
Withdrawal Policy: If a registrant withdrawals from this workshop 5 or more business days prior to the start date of the workshop, the registrant will receive a full refund minus an administrative fee of $30.00. No refunds on withdrawals 4 business days or less. Substitution of an eligible candidate will be allowed up to one business day before the start date of the workshop.