Grief Therapy: Helping Clients Understand the Journey Through Loss, Death and Bereavement
This workshop introduces participants to the nature and centrality of the experience of loss and subsequent grief in their personal lives, in the lives of their clients, and in their role as professional helpers. Participants will review Worden’s Tasks of Grieving and develop skills and practices to help clients navigate them. The workshop will also address complicated grief and the challenges it poses. Attendees will engage in experiential activities and projects that can be used later in their work with clients.
January 26, 2018
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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Kristina Peterson, Ph.D., NCC
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Kristina Peterson is an Associate Professor in the Counseling and Human Services program at Roosevelt University and also serves as Associate Dean of the College of Education. Her research has focused on Trauma, Crisis, and Grief Counseling and she has developed several classes related to those topics.