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Grief and Trauma 2.0

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When Tragedy Strikes and the Pain Won’t Go Away

In the immediate aftermath of a tragedy, grievers are often surrounded by friends and family who provide help and support through their losses. Yet for some, when the support fades, the pain still lingers. In this course, participants will identify the different types of losses that result in long-term grief and will explore ways to help clients through disenfranchised grief.

 

GAT 101: Grief and Trauma: Identifying the Connection (GAL 108)
David Jenkins, Psy.D.
Grief as a result of trauma can present a unique set of problems; trauma as a result of intense grief can also occur. In this presentation, Dr. David Jenkins walks viewers through what grief and trauma are, how they work together, and what to do when grief and trauma appear together.

 

GAT 102: When the Pain Lingers: Dealing with Long-term Grief (GAL 109)
Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A.
How can counselors discern what is normal in the grieving process and what has moved beyond the healthy grief process and into clinical concerns? In this presentation, Jennifer Cisney Ellers lists thirteen clinical indicators that can help differentiate between normal and abnormal grief.

 

GAT 103: Disenfranchised Grief: When Your Pain Doesn’t Seem to Matter (GAL 112)
Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A.
People are quick to respond in love and sympathy when a family member dies, but many truly significant losses are not recognized as such by society. In this presentation, Jennifer Cisney Ellers introduces the concept of disenfranchised grief and the many types of losses that are often unacknowledged by the world.

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