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AZ: The Therapist and Child Death

December  6, 2012


Time:10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Contact:

Elizabeth Armijo
Administrative Coordinator
623.572.3860
earmij@midwestern.edu

More Info:Information Flyer

Rarely in individual graduate training programs are therapists exposed specifically to concepts of dealing with child death (miscarriage, stillbirth, terminal illness, murder, accidental death, suicide, etc). Many clinicians feel blind-sided when they are presented with a client who is faced with such great tragedy. This free program will provide a brief overview and begin the thought process of how to mindfully, ethically, and with the best practices available, treat such clients.

Participants will:

• Learn to define common mistakes that therapists make when working with newly-bereaved parents

• Define the values of the ATTEND Bereavement Care Model and consider how it could be used in personal practice

• Understand the importance of ritualization in the bereavement process and consider how clients might be helped by using ritual as a treatment objective

This program is free of charge and has been approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors and by the American Psychological Association. A total of 2.5 CE hours will be provided.


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