Fri, Mar 31|
W.E.D.G.E. Training Room
IN PERSON: Grief 101
Time & Location
Mar 31, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM CDT
W.E.D.G.E. Training Room, 204 S 24th St, Rogers, AR 72758, USA
About the event
[6 NBCC Credit Hours]
** If you are seeking the virtual option, please refer to the "LIVE WEBINAR: Grief 101" page **
CE Credit will not be awarded to those who are not mental health professionals. Completed evaluation will be required for credit for all participants.
Kaylin Parsons LMSW, MT-BC
Due to the presenter's credentials, this training will be conducted under the AAMFT Code of Ethics.
This workshop investigates theories, concepts and practical tools related to grief and loss. It will introduce concepts important in conceptualizing grief. Participants will learn basic truths and myths about grief, types of grief and the potential impact on individuals, a grief theory overview, multicultural considerations, approaches in counseling the bereaved, assessment and diagnosis, and intervention and activities to use with clients.
1. Identify different types of loss and grief as well as styles of grieving
2. Differentiate and apply various models for conceptualizing the grief experience
3. Address predictors and mediators of mourning
4. Apply a basic, adaptable approach to grief counseling
5. Learn DSM updates on diagnosis of Prolonged Grief Disorder
6. Learn appropriate interventions to use with grieving individuals
Kaylin Parsons is a Licensed Master’s Social Worker under Clinical Supervision, and currently serves as Community Education Director. She additionally holds a Bachelor of Music and is a Board Certified Music Therapist. Kaylin has a passion for working with grief and loss. As an intern at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, she started multiple new programs including her personal favorite, Hematology and Oncology outpatient music therapy.
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