Upcoming Events

    • 11/01/2022
    • 11/30/2022


    • 11/15/2022
    • 7:00 PM
    • 12/13/2022
    • Online

    https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/our-programs/helping-children-with-loss/online-search

    The vast majority of parents find themselves at a loss when trying to help their children deal with any grieving experience that impacts them. This 4-week program is designed to teach parents, and others who work with children, the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing.

    • 11/28/2022
    • 6:00 PM (EST)
    • 12/26/2022
    • (EST)
    • Online

    https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/our-programs/helping-children-with-loss/online-search

    The vast majority of parents find themselves at a loss when trying to help their children deal with any grieving experience that impacts them. This 4-week program is designed to teach parents, and others who work with children, the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing.

    • 11/30/2022
    • 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_T1WvGEm8RSWZu1sHRS3_FQ?_x_zm_rtaid=pVrdci5cTg2P7KvH_gEbdw.1668703710986.275033f551eddc99e36154e118354091&_x_zm_rhtaid=837

    All GriefTalk Live events will broadcast in ET on Zoom and on Facebook.  We encourage you to share widely and to use the links below to register.

    • 12/01/2022


    • 12/01/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.dougy.org/professionals-trainings/upcoming-local-and-national-trainings

    The end of year holidays can be especially challenging for children, teens, and families who are grieving. In this webinar, we’ll explore various considerations during the holiday season for families who are grieving (e.g., expectations, pressures, rituals) and helpful ways to support families this holiday season.

    • 12/01/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.dougy.org/professionals-trainings/upcoming-local-and-national-trainings

    The end of year holidays can be especially challenging for children, teens, and families who are grieving. In this webinar, we’ll explore various considerations during the holiday season for families who are grieving (e.g., expectations, pressures, rituals) and helpful ways to support families this holiday season.

    • 12/01/2022
    • 6:00 PM (MST)
    • 12/29/2022
    • (MST)
    • Online

    https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/our-programs/helping-children-with-loss/online-search

    The vast majority of parents find themselves at a loss when trying to help their children deal with any grieving experience that impacts them. This 4-week program is designed to teach parents, and others who work with children, the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing.

    • 12/02/2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Online

    https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/4816674253481/WN_zJlSotBSQCmElLevAraHjAhttps://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/4816674253481/WN_zJlSotBSQCmElLevAraHjA


    This session aims to describe grief’s impact on the brain and body; explore the relationship between neuroscience and mindfulness; and practice exercises to support awareness, emotion regulation, and wellness. Additional considerations and contraindications will also be discussed.

    Attendees will be able to identify different parts of the brain and describe how they are impacted by grief.

    Attendees will be able to describe physiological challenges that often occur as a result of grief.

    Attendees will practice mindfulness and somatic exercises so they can use these strategies with individuals and groups.

    • 12/03/2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • 12/04/2022
    • 6:00 PM

    https://namitexas.org/training-schedule/

    A NAMI Family Support Group is a recovery support group for family members/caregivers of an individual living with mental illness in which people learn from each other’s experiences, share coping strategies, and offer each other encouragement and understanding.


    • 12/03/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mourning Hope Grief Center 1311 South Folsom St. Lincoln, NE 68522

    https://www.mourninghope.org/programs/events.html

    Holiday Hope is a program intended to support the bereaved during the often-difficult holiday season. To foster emotional healing and encourage individual creativity, local artists will partner with youth and teens who have experienced the death of someone significant in their lives. A separate group for adult caregivers will be offered as well.

    Youth Support (ages 4-18)

    Youth will come together for a holiday memory workshop to develop and grow through creative expression and critical thinking.

    Adult Support (18+)

    Adult caregivers will meet in a separate space for a peer-support session, including tips on how to cope with the holiday season.

    Please note: Holiday Hope is free to attend, but pre-registration is required. Snacks and supplies will be provided. This Holiday Hope program is not suitable for children under age 4.


    • 12/03/2022
    • 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Online

    https://www.adec.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1684578&group=

    The Association for Death Education and Counseling's (ADEC) 3rd Annual Half-Day, Virtual Workshop: Building Bridges Through Loss. Our 2022 focus is The Grief of Children and Adolescents. We are honored to feature Dr. J. William Worden, whose keynote presentation addresses Working with Bereaved Families: Findings from the Harvard Child Bereavement Study. A panel discussion will follow: Addressing the Unique Needs of Children and Adolescents Facing Grief. Three (3.0) CE's are available.

    • 12/05/2022
    • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Online

    https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/pacific-southwest-mhttc/event/part-1-getting-grief-ready-work-starter-kit-workshop-series

    The Pacific Southwest MHTTC team provides the mental health and school mental health workforces with evidence-based practices to inform their work in the field. In other words, we support those who are supporting, which in itself is an evidence-based approach. To address the need for evidence-based grief support in the mental health field, we published Fostering Grief Ready Workplaces: A Starter Kit for Mental Health and School Mental Health Leadership (March, 2022). This Starter Kit provides essential guidance so you and your organization can support a grieving workforce.

    • 12/09/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (PST)
    • Online

    https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/northwest-mhttc/event/intervention-focus-suicide-risk-assessment-idd-track-mental-health

    Individuals with autism are more than 4 times as likely to die by suicide than their neurotypical peers. Suicide risk assessment is often frightening or overwhelming for providers, especially when working with clients with diverse communication styles. This training will provide training on appropriate tools and methods for completing suicide risk assessment and safety planning for clinicians.

    • 12/13/2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://nacg.org/events/

    This presentation will explore the use of music therapy as a powerful tool for grieving children and adolescents. Participants will have the opportunity to gain information and knowledge about the interconnection between child and adolescent grief and music therapy, discover ways of incorporating music therapy techniques with this population through clinical examples and guided practice, and engage in music therapy experiences that may be used in self-exploration of their own grief journey.

    • 12/13/2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Ambiguous-Loss-A-Conversation-with-Dr-Pauline-Bo

    Dr. Pauline Boss, who coined the term ambiguous loss, will discuss its two types, research updates, and whether there is some ambiguity even in the finality of death. She explains why traditional grief therapy does not work with ambiguous losses and offers ways of thinking both/and, which helps people manage the stress of “not knowing.” Instead of closure and acceptance, the therapeutic goal with ambiguous loss is to build enough resilience to live with the stress of this unique and ubiquitous kind of loss. Six guidelines are offered to assist therapists and counselors in this work.

    • 12/13/2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.hospicesantacruz.org/event/movie-speaking-grief/


    Join us for a free documentary screening followed by a panel with local experts. Moving away from the idea that grief is a problem that needs to be “fixed,” Speaking Grief validates the experience of grievers and guides those wishing to support them. There is no “right” way to grieve. By sharing diverse representations of bereavement, Speaking Grief illustrates that grief is a universal, yet individual experience.

    • 12/15/2022
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://nacg.org/event/data-and-evaluation-training-series-theory-of-change-live-interactive-webinar/

    This workshop on Theory of Change will focus on how organizations can define their program model and why going through a theory of change process, including creating a logic model, is the first step in developing evaluation and data collection plans. Presenters will provide key information on what theory of change and logic modeling is. Presenters will discuss the purpose of conducting a theory of change process and how it helps organizations in reaching goals. The workshop will review the core steps in conducting a theory of change process, enabling participants to walk away with clear next steps for how to implement this important evaluation best practice to inform their work.

    • 12/16/2022
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Online

    https://www.essentiahealth.org/classes-events/search-results-detail/?eventId=62e31220-e144-ed11-a858-000d3a611c21#Description

    As a result of the inclusion of Prolonged Grief Disorder in the DSM-5-TR, it is expected that more people will begin seeking grief counseling. And as many of the risk factors for Prolonged Grief Disorder are inherent in the COVID-19 pandemic, grief specialists have predicted that more individuals will experience prolonged grief. In addition to acute and prolonged grief, pandemic-related losses have increased the incidence of co-existing conditions with major depressive episodes and/or PTSD.

    It is also important for individuals in helping professions to acknowledge and honor death(s) and/or non-death related losses experienced throughout the pandemic. This focus on attending to our own losses will help us to be better prepared for the anticipated increase in the number of individuals seeking our support.


    • 12/16/2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Online

    https://www.thegriefcenter.org/services/continuing-education/

    Group counseling is an art and a skill that many therapists feel unprepared for. Join us to explore the ethics involved in leading different types of groups skillfully and effectively.

    When treating the bereaved many ethical questions can arise. This workshop will address a multitude of concerns including assessment and treatment, multicultural considerations, differences between grief and depression, and therapeutic techniques for use with bereaved clients.

    • 12/16/2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • The Grief Center 2502 E 71st St. Tulsa, OK, 74135

    https://www.thegriefcenter.org/services/continuing-education/

    Group counseling is an art and a skill that many therapists feel unprepared for. Join us to explore the ethics involved in leading different types of groups skillfully and effectively.

    When treating the bereaved many ethical questions can arise. This workshop will address a multitude of concerns including assessment and treatment, multicultural considerations, differences between grief and depression, and therapeutic techniques for use with bereaved clients.

    • 01/09/2023
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (MST)
    • Online

    https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/mountain-plains-mhttc/event/fundamentals-trauma

    This six-session training series provides education on the fundamentals of trauma and how it emerges within our public schools.  It will provide tools and perspectives on the complexities of becoming a trauma-informed school environment and will explore the logistical components of implementing best-practices on a systems-level for trauma-informed supports and protocols. 

    • 01/10/2023
    • 12:00 PM - 11:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Prolonged-Grief-Disorder


    This presentation will discuss Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD) and how it is different from usual continuing grief as well as Major Depression and PTSD. Derailers of the usual continuing grief process and risk factors associated with PGD, particularly those inherent in the COVID-19 pandemic, will also be discussed. We will describe the treatment model for Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy (PGDT) which is focused on adapting to loss as a re-learning process and consists of psychoeducation and experiential learning activities focusing on six (6) Healing Milestones. We will explain how these milestones promote acceptance of the reality of the loss and restore the capacity for well-being and provide clinical examples of the therapy. 

    • 01/10/2023
    • 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.hospicesantacruz.org/event/virtual-music-meditation-and-relaxation-for-caregivers/


    Join us for a 30-minute music meditation to lift your spirits and provide relaxation. Event co-presented with the Del Mar Caregiver Resource Center. This experiential session features the musical stylings of our Board-Certified Music Therapist Anya Ismail. Anya weaves together poetry, singing, spoken word and unique instruments like the shruti box to create a beautiful and calming experience. Open to all individuals in our community caring for a loved one. Registration required.

    • 01/11/2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://beadisciple.com/online-christian-courses/grief/ifd377-helping-others-grow-through-their-grieving/

    Grief can be a lonely place, and those who care for persons who are grieving often find themselves at a loss. Helping Others Grow Through Their Grieving will explore how persons who work with grieving friends or family can guide them to grow during this difficult time.

    The four-week course will share a book study based on Understanding Your Grief by Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD, an educator and grief counselor who has written 50 books on grieving. Dr. Wolfelt is founder and director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Ft. Collins, CO, and is known nationwide for his compassionate messages about healing in grief.

    Learners will share their experiences of counseling the grieving as they study the insights and lived experience of Dr Wolfelt, through his book.

    The course will meet live on Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 PM ET, January 11, 18,25 and February 1, 2023 , through Zoom.


    • 01/18/2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://beadisciple.com/online-christian-courses/grief/ifd377-helping-others-grow-through-their-grieving/

    Grief can be a lonely place, and those who care for persons who are grieving often find themselves at a loss. Helping Others Grow Through Their Grieving will explore how persons who work with grieving friends or family can guide them to grow during this difficult time.

    The four-week course will share a book study based on Understanding Your Grief by Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD, an educator and grief counselor who has written 50 books on grieving. Dr. Wolfelt is founder and director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Ft. Collins, CO, and is known nationwide for his compassionate messages about healing in grief.

    Learners will share their experiences of counseling the grieving as they study the insights and lived experience of Dr Wolfelt, through his book.

    The course will meet live on Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 PM ET, January 11, 18,25 and February 1, 2023 , through Zoom.


    • 01/21/2023
    • 01/22/2023

    https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/content/online-1674291600

    Are you unable to move forward in your life due to a significant loss, experienced either recently or in the past? Our 2½ Day Personal Workshop will help you attain the tools that you need to process all of your grief-related emotions with the goal being to regain a sense of hope and purpose in life.



    • 01/23/2023
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • 01/26/2023
    • 12:00 PM (PST)
    • Scottsdale, AZ

    https://www.centerforloss.com/event/comprehensive-bereavement-skills-training-scottsdale-az/

    Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training explores a wide range of topics related to bereavement caregiving, including:

    • Exploring North America’s modern understanding of grief and loss
    • Introduction to the tenets of “companioning” versus treating
    • Understanding attachment and love influences on grief
    • Misconceptions surrounding grief and loss
    • Unique influences on grief: the whys of the journey
    • Exploring the six central needs of mourning and the companioning helping role
    • Encouraging self-compassion in mourners
    • Application of content to support groups
    • Exploring reconciliation versus resolution
    • Acknowledging the transformative nature of grief.


    • 01/24/2023
    • 8:30 AM
    • 01/25/2023
    • 4:30 PM
    • Online

    https://www.essentiahealth.org/classes-events/search-results-detail/?eventId=33c26e4c-b68a-ec11-a84f-000d3a611c21

    The purpose of the Bereavement Support Group Facilitator Training Program is to train those who will be developing and facilitating bereavement support groups. This comprehensive program is designed to teach participants about the grief and bereavement process, facilitation skills, group process and learn how to develop and organize a support group.

    • 01/25/2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://beadisciple.com/online-christian-courses/grief/ifd377-helping-others-grow-through-their-grieving/

    Grief can be a lonely place, and those who care for persons who are grieving often find themselves at a loss. Helping Others Grow Through Their Grieving will explore how persons who work with grieving friends or family can guide them to grow during this difficult time.

    The four-week course will share a book study based on Understanding Your Grief by Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD, an educator and grief counselor who has written 50 books on grieving. Dr. Wolfelt is founder and director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Ft. Collins, CO, and is known nationwide for his compassionate messages about healing in grief.

    Learners will share their experiences of counseling the grieving as they study the insights and lived experience of Dr Wolfelt, through his book.

    The course will meet live on Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 PM ET, January 11, 18,25 and February 1, 2023 , through Zoom.


    • 01/27/2023
    • 02/24/2023

    https://heartlightcenter.org/programs-for-professionals/

    Learn to run our flagship program, Facing the Mourning. Our facilitator training will enable you to offer this program through your organization and includes a starter package.
    This 4-week program will provide consistent weekly support and invites
    you to participate in tasks and activities that gives a meaningful framework to address your grief.

    • 02/01/2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://beadisciple.com/online-christian-courses/grief/ifd377-helping-others-grow-through-their-grieving/

    Grief can be a lonely place, and those who care for persons who are grieving often find themselves at a loss. Helping Others Grow Through Their Grieving will explore how persons who work with grieving friends or family can guide them to grow during this difficult time.

    The four-week course will share a book study based on Understanding Your Grief by Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD, an educator and grief counselor who has written 50 books on grieving. Dr. Wolfelt is founder and director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Ft. Collins, CO, and is known nationwide for his compassionate messages about healing in grief.

    Learners will share their experiences of counseling the grieving as they study the insights and lived experience of Dr Wolfelt, through his book.

    The course will meet live on Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 PM ET, January 11, 18,25 and February 1, 2023 , through Zoom.


    • 02/04/2023


    • 02/14/2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Online

    https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Grief-Impairment-Scale-Research-and-Clinical-Impl

    Although most mourners are resilient, a significant minority experience a profoundly disruptive course of bereavement that substantially impairs their ability to function in crucial life contexts. This presentation reports the development of a brief and efficient 5-item screening instrument, the Grief Impairment Scale or GIS, which assesses the impact of loss on cognitive, behavioral, health, social role and interpersonal domains. Results document the coherent factor structure, internal reliability, construct and discriminant validity, sensitivity and specificity of the GIS in evaluating clinically significant functional impairment associated with grief and support its use in health and mental health settings for both epidemiological research and treatment planning. 

    • 02/16/2023
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.dougy.org/professionals-trainings/upcoming-local-and-national-trainings

    Grief is contextual — it is influenced and impacted by personal and social factors. Identity is multifaceted and this intersectionality can create complex encounters or paradoxical experiences for people when they are grieving. Join us in this webinar where we will explore inclusive practices to support people who are grieving and the multifaceted layers that can impact grief.

    • 02/21/2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.hospicesantacruz.org/event/partners-in-caring-blessings-and-challenges-of-being-a-caregiver/

    When people face serious illness, aging, or death, they often turn to their faith and spiritual leaders for support and guidance. Through the Partners in Caring Program, Hospice of Santa Cruz County offers information and education to help faith and spiritual leaders and their communities navigate these important topics. Events feature guest speakers and peer-to-peer discussion groups.

    Who should attend?
    • Clergy, faith and spiritual leaders
    • Lay leaders
    • Chaplains
    • Stephen ministers
    • Eucharistic ministers
    • Health ministers
    • Parish nurses
    • Anyone who ministers to the aging or those with serious illness


    • 02/21/2023
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EST)
    • North Bay Community Church 3170 N. McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater

    https://www.curlewhills.com/grief-and-healing/dr-alan-wolfelt-seminar

    This compassionate program will offer you support in your personal grief experience.  It’s an opportunity to spend an evening with one of America’s leading grief counselors.

    • 03/01/2023
    • 03/31/2023


    • 03/09/2023
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PST)
    • Online

    https://www.dougy.org/professionals-trainings/upcoming-local-and-national-trainings

    Being grief-informed sets the foundation for understanding and responding to the needs of people who are grieving the death of someone in their lives. Misassumptions lead to misunderstanding and mistreatment. Tune in for more information on this important topic, including the ten core principles of grief-informed practice.

    • 03/17/2023
    • (EDT)
    • 03/19/2023
    • (EDT)
    • Florida

    https://www.catholichealthservices.org/catholic-hospice/camp-erin/


    Camp Erin South Florida is a FREE, weekend bereavement camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend a weekend camp experience that combines grief education and emotional support with fun, traditional camp activities. Led by bereavement professionals and caring volunteers, campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving.  This camp is offered to families at NO COST.

    • 04/14/2023
    • 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM (EDT)
    • Online

    https://nationwidechildrens.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=5&EID=25211

    Description: The experiences of one generation often influence and have impact on subsequent generations. This training will give an overview of the impact of trauma over the lifespan and how that impacts parenting/family. Participants will be introduced to tools for screening and strategies to help support the treatment process.

    Objectives

    At the conclusion of this activity, learners will be able to:

    1. Learn and be able to implement current research findings and best practice recommendations for various behavioral health conditions.
    2. Engage in interdisciplinary learning, including the ways in which multiple disciplines can contribute to best outcomes for patients.
    3. Examine current practice and determine how these should be modified to integrate updated practice guidelines and recommendations.


    • 04/17/2023
    • 8:00 AM (MDT)
    • 04/20/2023
    • 12:00 PM (MDT)
    • Fort Collins, Co

    https://www.centerforloss.com/trainings/

    In grief, special loss circumstances often call for special companioning understanding and approaches. In this new training seminar, Dr. Wolfelt will provide a closer look at the specialized grief topics explored in his Words of Hope and Healing Series books.

    What are the unique challenges of these types of grief? Which symptoms tend to be more pronounced? How are the six needs of mourning affected, and how can you help mourners feel safe and supported in encountering them? As Dr. Wolfelt presents each topic, join him in discussing these questions and collaborating on answers as well as offering up your pertinent companioning experiences and wisdom.

    The content of this seminar is most appropriate for experienced caregivers looking to further develop their helping skills, graduates of Dr. Wolfelt’s other training courses, and more specialized grief caregivers who work with communities affected by topics covered in the training.


    • 04/25/2023
    • 9:00 AM
    • 04/29/2023
    • Hyatt Regency 350 N High St. Columbus, OH 43215

    https://www.adec.org/page/2023-Conference

    Pre Conference Tuesday April 25 - Wednesday April 26, 2023

    • Professional Development Workshops - April 25-26, 2023
    • Specialty Workshops - April 26, 2023
    • Welcome Reception for Attendees - April 26, 2023 Early Evening

    Conference - Wednesday April 26 - Saturday April 29

    • First Time Attendees and New Members - April 26, 2023, 5:30 pm
    • Welcome Reception for All- April 26, 2023, 6:00 pm
    • Keynotes, Concurrent Sessions and More - April 27, 9:00 am - April 29, 5:00 pm 


    • 05/01/2023
    • 05/31/2023


    • 05/03/2023
    • (EDT)
    • 05/04/2023
    • (EDT)
    • New York State Funeral Directors Association, Albany, NY

    http://tributefoundation.org/upcoming-programs/

    Participants will build awareness of the impact of suicide and overdose death and learn to conduct a support group for those bereaved by the painful loss of a loved one. Support group facilitation skills, self-awareness and self-care skills will also be studied. This training is structured for funeral directors, clergy, mental health professionals and non-clinicians with support group experience. The course is also appropriate for current support group facilitators who seek to strengthen their skills, stay up-to-date on the latest practices and explore issues experienced during support groups. Those who have endured loss due to suicide or substance use are also welcome to attend this course if it has been at least two years since their loss.

    • 05/06/2023
    • 05/12/2023


    • 05/15/2023
    • 8:00 AM (MDT)
    • 05/18/2023
    • 12:00 PM (MDT)
    • Fort Collins, Co

    https://www.centerforloss.com/event/exploring-the-spiritual-dimensions-of-death-grief-and-mourning/

    A central need of those in grief is to rejuvenate the spirit, to discover a reason to get one’s feet out of bed in the morning. Dr. Wolfelt will explore

    • The importance of “companioning” vs. “treating” the bereaved
    • Definitions of spirituality and faith
    • Themes of spiritual importance to the bereaved
    • Helping the bereaved reconstruct meaning and purpose in life
    • A spiritual assessment tool
    • Pain and suffering in the context of loss and grief
    • Grief as a transformative experience

    Plan to join us as we explore the very heart — spirituality — of death, grief, and mourning.


    • 05/19/2023
    • 05/21/2023
    • Bar-T Mountainside, 2914 Roderick Rd. Urbana, MD

    https://www.caringmatters.org/camp-erin


    For three days and two nights, trained and caring volunteers lead groups, organized by age group, through interactive and introspective activities, such as therapeutic art activities, facilitated discussions and remembrance activities. While they explore their grief and learn essential coping skills, they are also able to make friends with peers who are also grieving. The transformative weekend helps them move forward in their grief journey with the knowledge that they are not alone.

    • 06/01/2023
    • 06/30/2023


    • 06/02/2023
    • 06/04/2023
    • Tulsa, OK

    https://www.thegriefcenter.org/services/camp-erin/


    One in seven children will lose a parent or sibling before they are 20.

    Research links untreated grief with depression, struggles in school, drug and alcohol abuse, and death by suicide.

    Kids that have experienced a loss can feel isolated, different. They may feel like no one understands what they are feeling.

    This feeling, combined with the pressure to be strong or to “get over it” can crush little hearts. Children are resilient, but they need help coping with their loss. They need a safe place to tell their story and heal. Camp Erin Tulsa gives them that place.

    Camp Erin Tulsa is a free, overnight bereavement camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend a weekend camp experience that combines grief education and emotional support with fun, traditional camp activities. Led by bereavement professionals and caring volunteers, campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving.


    • 06/04/2023
    • 06/07/2023

    https://www.uwlax.edu/ex/dgb/

    In our diverse and rich world, it is important to explore global, cultural and ethical contexts of the death, dying and grief experience among dying persons, family members, healthcare providers and within support circles and systems.

    • 06/09/2023
    • 06/11/2023
    • Trinity Pines Camp & Conference Center, Cascade, ID

    https://www.thegriefcenter.org/services/camp-erin/

    Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend a weekend camp experience that combines grief education and emotional support with fun, traditional camp activities. Led by bereavement professionals and caring volunteers, campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving. Additional services are offered to support the whole family outside of the camp weekend. 

    Camp Erin® is the largest national network of grief programs for bereaved children and teens, Camp Mariposa® is an addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth impacted by a family member’s substance use disorder, and the Eluna Resource Center offers online tools, local referrals and personalized phone and email support for families experiencing grief, addiction and other related issues. Eluna partners with bereavement programs in local communities to help fund, develop and grow Camp Erin® nationwide. For more information, please visit elunanetwork.org.

    The retreat weekend will help bereaved youth share their grief experiences in creative ways through art projects, time to talk and share, outdoor games and challenge courses, participate in memorial activities and even share a campfire experience!


    THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR THE 2023 CAMP ERIN IS MAY 20, 2023.

    • 06/14/2023
    • 06/16/2023
    • Omni William Penn Hotel 530 William Penn Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

    https://nacg.org/conference-overview/

    The 26th National Symposium on Children’s Grief will take place on June 14 – 16, 2023, in Pittsburgh, PA.

    The National Alliance for Children’s Grief (NACG) Symposium is the longest-running and most comprehensive Childhood Bereavement Symposium offered in the United States. The NACG Symposium draws more than 400 children’s grief support professionals and volunteers from a variety of organizations throughout and outside the United States each year.


    • 07/12/2023
    • 8:00 AM (PDT)
    • 07/15/2023
    • 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • Fort Collins, CO

    https://www.centerforloss.com/event/comprehensive-bereavement-skills-training-scottsdale-az/

    Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training explores a wide range of topics related to bereavement caregiving, including:

    • Exploring North America’s modern understanding of grief and loss
    • Introduction to the tenets of “companioning” versus treating
    • Understanding attachment and love influences on grief
    • Misconceptions surrounding grief and loss
    • Unique influences on grief: the whys of the journey
    • Exploring the six central needs of mourning and the companioning helping role
    • Encouraging self-compassion in mourners
    • Application of content to support groups
    • Exploring reconciliation versus resolution
    • Acknowledging the transformative nature of grief.


    • 07/17/2023
    • 8:00 AM (MDT)
    • 07/20/2023
    • 12:00 PM (MDT)
    • Fort Collins, CO

    https://www.centerforloss.com/event/helping-children-adolescents-cope-with-grief/

    This seminar takes a comprehensive look at a variety of subtopics related to child and adolescent mourning. Come join us and learn from one of North America’s leading grief educators about:

    • The major factors influencing the child’s response to loss
    • Dimensions of childhood grief and helping roles
    • Six central reconciliation needs of childhood mourning
    • Tools and techniques used in counseling bereaved children
    • Potential inhibitors in the child’s capacity to mourn
    • Guidelines for facilitating bereaved child and adolescent support groups
    • Special consideration for the adolescent mourner
    • Identifying the “detached child”
    • Referral criteria and recommended reading lists


    • 08/14/2023
    • 8:00 AM (MDT)
    • 08/17/2023
    • 12:00 PM (MDT)
    • Fort Collins, CO

    https://www.centerforloss.com/event/support-group-facilitator-training-6/

    Enthusiasm for bereavement support group counseling has burgeoned in recent years. And while training opportunities that advance our understanding of the bereavement process have become more available recently, less work has been done on the support group models of care. This seminar helps fill this gap.

    Topics covered will include:

    • Support group leadership skills
    • Barriers to effectiveness in support group counseling
    • Detailed guidelines for operational practices (such as size of group, length, and frequency of sessions)
    • Development of ground rules
    • Distinguishing open-ended from closed-ended groups
    • Elements of pre-screening group members
    • Intervening with disruptive group members
    • Publicizing your group


    • 09/01/2023
    • 09/30/2023


    • 09/10/2023
    • 09/16/2023


    • 09/18/2023
    • 8:00 AM (MDT)
    • 09/21/2023
    • 12:00 PM (MDT)
    • Fort Collins, CO

    https://www.centerforloss.com/event/becoming-an-effective-grief-educator-training-2/

      This training will inspire you to develop your public speaking skills surrounding death, grief, and mourning. You will be coached through a variety of sub-topics such as:

      ·      Pillars of Wisdom Surrounding Teaching Adults
      ·      Six Keys When Developing Your Presentations
      ·      What Motivates Adults to Learn From the Speaker
      ·      Pillars of Wisdom for Effective Public Speaking
      ·      Bodily Aspects of Public Speaking
      ·      Securing Potential Sponsors for Your Public Speaking
      ·      Creating an Action Plan: Marketing Your Speaking Engagements

      Whether you would like to teach others in your organization about grief and loss, do public speaking in your community, or simply feel more confident passing along information to clients, colleagues, or friends, this workshop will both inspire and prepare you to be an effective grief advocate wherever you go.


      • 09/21/2023
      • 09/22/2023
      • Twin Falls and Meridian Idaho

      https://becausekidsgrieve.org/2022-fall-bereavement-conference/


      Our mission with this community education event is to provide attendees with the opportunity to understand how grief in children differs from adult grief, and to build skills for meeting the needs of bereaved children and youth. We offer CEUs for Social Workers, Counselors and Morticians, but anyone in the community is invited.

      • 09/22/2023
      • 09/24/2023
      • Carol Joy Holling Center, Ashland, NE

      https://www.mourninghope.org/programs/camperin.html

      Camp Erin® Lincoln is a free, weekend-long bereavement camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend an overnight camp experience that combines grief education and emotional support with fun, traditional camp activities. Led by bereavement professionals and caring volunteers, campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving.

      Camp Erin Lincoln was created and is supported in part by Eluna. For more information, please visit elunanetwork.org.


      • 10/16/2023
      • 8:00 AM (MDT)
      • 10/19/2023
      • 12:00 PM (MDT)
      • Fort Collins, CO

      https://www.centerforloss.com/event/suicide-grief-companioning-the-mourner-training-2/

      This training will enhance your ability to “companion” people impacted by the death of someone to suicide. Suicide is death by just another name, yet it has many special features that demand our knowledge and skills as compassionate caregivers.

      Suicide spans the width and breadth of our population, crossing cultures and touching lives from young to old. As one observer noted, “There are volumes written on the subject of suicide, but none are more comprehensive and healing than the messages of Dr. Wolfelt.”

      Topics include:

      • Guidelines for facilitating suicide grief support groups
      • The language of suicide
      • Misconceptions
      • Special features of suicide grief
      • Dimensions of grief response and the caregiver helping role
      • Application of Dr. Wolfelt’s six needs of mourning
      • Exploring the transformative nature of suicide grief


      • 11/01/2023
      • 11/30/2023


      • 11/13/2023
      • 8:00 AM (PST)
      • 11/16/2023
      • 12:00 PM (PST)
      • Scottsdale, AZ

      https://www.centerforloss.com/event/comprehensive-bereavement-skills-training-scottsdale-az/

      Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training explores a wide range of topics related to bereavement caregiving, including:

      • Exploring North America’s modern understanding of grief and loss
      • Introduction to the tenets of “companioning” versus treating
      • Understanding attachment and love influences on grief
      • Misconceptions surrounding grief and loss
      • Unique influences on grief: the whys of the journey
      • Exploring the six central needs of mourning and the companioning helping role
      • Encouraging self-compassion in mourners
      • Application of content to support groups
      • Exploring reconciliation versus resolution
      • Acknowledging the transformative nature of grief.


      • 12/01/2023


      • 12/04/2023
      • 8:00 AM (PST)
      • 12/07/2023
      • 12:00 PM (PST)
      • Scottsdale, AZ

      https://www.centerforloss.com/event/understanding-and-responding-to-complicated-mourning-training-scottsdale-az/

        Complicated mourning is normal grief that has become stuck or made more complex by various circumstances, including traumatized or marginalized loss, personality or mental health issues, grief overload, and other factors.

        Dr. Wolfelt will teach you his model for identifying, understanding, and companioning mourners through their challenging grief journeys. This is an essential training for those wanting to learn specific ways to identify and assist people with the natural complications of grief and mourning. While there is a tendency for some to want to “treat” complicated grief, Dr. Wolfelt will advocate for the compassionate use of a companioning approach to caregiving that has been effectively used at his Center for Loss for many years. If this appeals to you, please make plans now to come join us.

        Together we’ll explore important topics such as:

        • The history of modern psychology’s understanding of complicated grief
        • Understanding the origins of complicated grief
        • Complicated grief influences and risk factors
        • Identifying complicated grief — symptoms and strategies
        • Depression in grief — what’s normal? What’s clinical depression?
        • Understanding unmourned or carried grief
        • Assessment model for complicated mourning
        • Learning about unembarked grief, impasse grief, off-trail grief, and encamped grief
        • Companioning people experiencing complicated grief
        • Facilitating grievers’ therapeutic work on Dr. Wolfelt’s six needs of mourning


      Past Events

      11/29/2022 PARENTING THE RESILIENT GRIEVING CHILD
      11/28/2022 Part 1 of Getting Grief-Ready at Work: A Starter Kit Workshop Series
      11/21/2022 SWHPN Special Interest Group: Grief & Bereavement
      11/18/2022 Suicide Risk Assessment Webinar
      11/17/2022 Anticipatory Loss Adult Roundtable Series (VIRTUAL)
      11/17/2022 40 Years of Listening: What Children & Teens Who are Grieving Want Adults to Know
      11/16/2022 Mindful approaches to caring for someone close to death
      11/16/2022 Reporting and Documentation of Trauma Disclosure Webinar
      11/14/2022 World Diabetes Day
      11/11/2022 Webinar: Disenfranchised Loss - When society says you’re not allowed to grieve
      06/07/2020 National Cancer Survivors Day
      06/01/2020 Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month
      06/01/2020 Cataract Awareness Month
      05/27/2020 National Senior Health Fitness Day
      05/01/2020 Stroke Awareness Month
      05/01/2020 Lupus Awareness Month
      04/10/2020 National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
      04/06/2020 Center For Loss: Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      04/01/2020 Oral Cancer Awareness Month
      03/20/2020 National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
      03/10/2020 National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
      03/01/2020 Brain Injury Awareness Month
      02/09/2020 Heart Failure Awareness Week
      02/07/2020 American Heart Month
      02/07/2020 National Wear Red Day - American Heart Month
      11/01/2019 National Hospice Palliative Care Month
      11/01/2019 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Awareness Month
      10/15/2019 Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month
      10/09/2019 World Mental Health Day
      10/07/2019 Center for Loss: PTSD: Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
      10/01/2019 Healthy Lung Month
      10/01/2019 Domestic Violence Awareness Month
      09/09/2019 Center For Loss: Exploring the Shadow of the Ghosts of Grief
      08/26/2019 Center for Loss: PTSD: Companioning the Traumatized Griever
      08/05/2019 Center for Loss: Support Group Facilitator Training
      07/22/2019 Center for Loss: Exploring the Spiritual Dimensions of Death, Grief, and Mourning Training
      07/08/2019 Center for Loss: Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Grief
      06/17/2019 Center For Loss: Counseling Skills Fundamentals
      05/06/2019 Center for Loss: Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning
      04/01/2019 Center for Loss: Living with Meaning and Purpose in Your Life
      02/13/2019 Three-Day Intensive Grief Training
      02/04/2019 Center for Loss: Creating Meaningful Funeral Ceremonies
      02/03/2019 National Wear Red Day
      01/14/2019 Center For Loss: Counseling Skills Fundamentals
      12/03/2018 Center for Loss: Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning
      11/13/2018 Cultural Competency and Grief
      11/13/2018 When The Dead Won't Rest: Survivor Guilt In Combat Veterans
      11/05/2018 Center for Loss: Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
      11/05/2018 Center for Loss: PTSD: Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
      11/04/2018 Center For Loss: Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      10/08/2018 Center for Loss: The Depression of Grief
      10/08/2018 Center for Loss: The Depression of Grief
      10/07/2018 Center for Loss: Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
      10/05/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      09/21/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      09/10/2018 Center For Loss: Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      09/07/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      09/07/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      08/24/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      08/20/2018 Center for Loss: Support Group Facilitator Training
      08/06/2018 Center for Loss: PTSD: Companioning the Traumatized Griever
      08/03/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      07/27/2018 The Grief Recovery Method Training
      07/23/2018 Center For Loss: Exploring the Paradoxes of Mourning: Implications for Caregivers
      07/20/2018 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Facilitating a Suicide Bereavement Support Group – Child & Teen
      06/18/2018 Center for Loss: For Funeral Directors: WHY We Need Funerals Training
      06/14/2018 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Facilitating a Suicide Bereavement Support Group – Children and Teens
      06/03/2018 Center For Loss: Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      05/19/2018 AAPA 2018 Conference
      05/18/2018 Facilitating a Suicide Bereavement Support Group – Child & Teen
      05/04/2018 Regional Hospice and Palliative Care’s 2018 Gala
      05/04/2018 Regional Hospice and Palliative Care’s 2018 Gala
      03/14/2018 American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Assembly
      03/14/2018 American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Assembly
      03/11/2018 SWHPN 2018 GENERAL ASSEMBLY
      03/11/2018 SWHPN 2018 General Assembly Program
      12/06/2017 Palliative Wound Care: Management of Complex and Unique Wound Challenges at the End of Life
      12/04/2017 Palliative Wound Care: Management of Complex and Unique Wound Challenges at the End of Life
      12/01/2017 Homestudy: Scared Stiff! Fast, Effective Treatment for Anxiety Disorders
      11/15/2017 Trauma, Grief and Loss in the Classroom: Supporting Students When Tragedy or Loss Occurs
      11/15/2017 Transforming Grief & Loss: Strategies for Your Clients to Heal the Past, Change the Present and Transform the Future
      11/15/2017 Trauma, Grief and Loss in the Classroom: Supporting Students When Tragedy or Loss Occurs
      11/10/2017 Mayo Clinic Cancer Center: Thoracic Oncology Update State-of-the-Art Evaluation and Management of Thoracic Cancers 2017
      11/10/2017 Mayo Clinic Cancer Center: Thoracic Oncology Update State-of-the-Art Evaluation and Management of Thoracic Cancers 2017
      11/10/2017 Mayo Clinic Pancreatic and Hepato-Biliary Cancer Symposium 2017
      11/10/2017 Play Therapy with Abuse & Trauma
      11/09/2017 CAPC National Seminar: Practical Tools for Making Change
      11/09/2017 CAPC National Seminar: Practical Tools for Making Change
      11/08/2017 Ovarian Cancer Webinar
      11/05/2017 Palliative Care Education and Practice (PCEP)
      11/05/2017 Palliative Care Education and Practice (PCEP)
      11/04/2017 Sleep and Stroke 2017
      11/04/2017 Sleep and Stroke 2017
      11/03/2017 Translating Trauma Reactions into Recovery Strategies
      11/03/2017 Translating Trauma Reactions into Recovery Strategies
      11/02/2017 Certified Clinical Trauma Professional: Two-Day Trauma Competency Conference
      11/02/2017 Certified Clinical Trauma Professional: Two-Day Trauma Competency Conference
      11/01/2017 End Stage Diseases: Care When There is No Cure
      11/01/2017 End Stage Diseases: Care When There is No Cure
      11/01/2017 Care of Cardiovascular Conditions Live Course
      11/01/2017 Care of Cardiovascular Condition Live Course
      10/29/2017 KSA Working Group on Care of the Vulnerable Elderly
      10/28/2017 KSA Working Group on Cerebrovascular Disease
      10/28/2017 KSA Working Group on Cerebrovascular Disease
      10/27/2017 MOST Training: Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment
      10/27/2017 MOST Training: Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment
      10/27/2017 Becoming a Master Clinician: Diagnosis, Drugs, and Existential Psychotherapy
      10/26/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      10/26/2017 PCLC at Presbyterian Health Services
      10/24/2017 2-Day Interactive Workshop: EMDR: Effectively Treat Trauma and Move Clients Forward
      10/24/2017 2-Day EMDR: Effectively Treat Trauma and Move Clients Forward
      10/22/2017 2017 Midwest Regional Conference on Palliative & End of Life Care
      10/22/2017 2017 Midwest Regional Conference on Palliative & End of Life Care
      10/20/2017 EMDR Training: Part 1
      10/18/2017 2017 Partners in Care Conference
      10/18/2017 2017 Partners in Care Conference
      10/15/2017 Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo
      10/14/2017 Camp Amanda The Panda
      10/14/2017 Camp Amanda the Panda
      10/13/2017 LIVING WITH GRIEF When Grief is complicated
      10/13/2017 LIVING WITH GRIEF® When Grief is complicated
      10/12/2017 Wyoming Counseling Association Annual Conference
      10/11/2017 Trauma, PTSD & Traumatic Grief
      10/10/2017 Trauma, PTSD & Traumatic Grief
      10/08/2017 Mayo Clinic Pediatric Days 2017
      10/08/2017 Mayo Clinic Pediatric Days 2017
      10/07/2017 KSA Working Group on Coronary Artery Disease
      10/06/2017 My Grief is in Bursts! Understanding and Supporting Children & Adolescents Living with Grief
      10/06/2017 Acute and Chronic Leukemias 2017
      10/06/2017 HEAL YOUR GRIEF RETREAT
      10/06/2017 Training Level I: Affect Dysregulation, Survival Defenses, and Traumatic Memory
      10/06/2017 Training in Affect Dysregulation, Survival Defenses, and Traumatic Memory-
      10/06/2017 Acute and Chronic Leukemias 2017
      10/05/2017 Psychiatry Clinical Reviews 2017
      10/03/2017 Embracing Life After Loss: Therapeutic Tools that Promote Healing and Hope Among Children, Adolescents and Adults
      10/03/2017 Embracing Life After Loss: Therapeutic Tools that Promote Healing and Hope Among Children, Adolescents and Adults
      09/28/2017 Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Conference: 2-Day Intensive Training
      09/28/2017 Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Conference: 2-Day Intensive Training
      09/27/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      09/27/2017 PCLC at University of California, San Francisco
      09/26/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      09/26/2017 PCLC at Palliative Care Center of the Bluegrass
      09/22/2017 Anticipatory Grief
      09/22/2017 Life Losses: The Many Faces of Grief
      09/22/2017 Becoming Known: A Relational Model for Ego State/Parts Therapy
      09/22/2017 SE Professional Training: Beginning 1
      09/21/2017 2-Day: Trauma Competency Conference: The Core Competencies and Treatment Strategies for Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss
      09/21/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      09/20/2017 Survivors of Childhood Cancers: What do I need to know? (or do?) Webinar
      09/20/2017 Critical Palliative Care Skills for Social Workers and Counselors
      09/20/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      09/20/2017 PCLC at Fairview Health System
      09/18/2017 NHPCO's Interdisciplinary Conference
      09/18/2017 2-Day: Trauma Competency Conference: The Core Competencies and Treatment Strategies for Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss
      09/18/2017 2-Day: Trauma Competency Conference: The Core Competencies and Treatment Strategies for Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss
      09/16/2017 KSA Working Group on Pain Management
      09/16/2017 NHPCO's Interdisciplinary Conference
      09/15/2017 Translating Trauma Reactions into Recovery Strategies
      09/15/2017 Mental Health Issues in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Helping Children and Adolescents Succeed
      09/15/2017 Translating Trauma Reactions into Recovery Strategies
      09/15/2017 Mental Health Issues in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Helping Children and Adolescents Succeed
      09/15/2017 Special Topics in Play Therapy: Adolescents and Groups
      09/15/2017 Camp Carousel
      09/15/2017 Camp Carousel
      09/15/2017 Special Topics in Play Therapy: Adolescents and Groups
      09/14/2017 Mayo Clinic Opioid Conference: Evidence, Clinical Considerations and Best Practice 2017
      09/14/2017 Cape Cod Symposium of Addictive Disorders
      09/14/2017 2017 NACAC NATIONAL CONFERENCE
      09/13/2017 Practical Aspects of Palliative Care: Integrating Palliative Care into Clinical Practice (PAPC)
      09/13/2017 3-Day: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Certificate Course: 3-Day Intensive Training
      09/13/2017 Practical Aspects of Palliative Care: Integrating Palliative Care into Clinical Practice (PAPC)
      09/13/2017 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Certificate Course: 3-Day Intensive Training
      09/12/2017 Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders
      09/12/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      09/12/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      09/10/2017 Parents Living with Loss - Monthly Meeting
      09/08/2017 WAHO 2017 Annual Conference
      09/07/2017 Principles in the Care of Transgender and Intersex Patients 2017
      09/07/2017 Principles in the Care of Transgender and Intersex Patients 2017
      08/28/2017 Psychodrama Training
      08/25/2017 Burnout Busters: Creative Self Care for the Mental Health Professional
      08/25/2017 My Grief is in Bursts! Understanding and Supporting Children & Adolescents Living with Grief
      08/23/2017 Mid-Life Spousal or Partner Loss
      08/23/2017 Mid-Life Spousal or Partner Loss
      08/22/2017 Rewiring the Brain: Treatment Techniques for Obsessive Compulsive, Narcissistic, Antisocial and Borderline Personality Disorders
      08/22/2017 SAPAA Substance Abuse Professional Administrators Association Annual Conference
      08/18/2017 Longitudinal Progression of Complex Trauma and Addiction: Case Studies and Interventions
      07/31/2017 High-Speed Treatment of Depression and Anxiety Disorders: A Four-Day T.E.A.M. / Advanced CBT Intensive
      06/29/2017 Trauma & Attachment: Effective Treatment Strategies for Helping Challenging Clients – Bloomington, MN
      05/19/2017 2017 May VA "Westview on the James" Camp
      05/19/2017 AAPA 2018 Conference
      04/06/2017 Anxiety and Depression Conference on the Cutting Edge of Wellness: Behavioral Medicine and its Application to Anxiety and Depressive Disorders.
      04/05/2017 The 2017 ADEC Annual Conference
      04/03/2017 Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      03/23/2017 2017 Psychotherapy Networker Symposium: Shaping Our Future in an Age of Uncertainty
      03/10/2017 Attachment-Focused EMDR: Healing Developmental Deficits and Adults Abused as Children
      02/27/2017 Attachment-Focused EMDR: Healing Developmental Deficits and Adults Abused as Children
      02/24/2017 Attachment-Focused EMDR: Healing Developmental Deficits and Adults Abused as Children
      02/22/2017 The Annual Assembly presented by: AAHPM and HPNA.
      02/14/2017 Trauma-Informed Care in both Mental Health and Substance Abuse
      02/01/2017 National Cancer Prevention Month
      01/27/2017 Practicing the Future of Mental Health Care Today: New Ways to Approach Concussions, Memory Loss, ADHD, and More
      01/23/2017 CBT for Depression and Suicide - Core 1
      01/20/2017 Center Workshop Level 1: Complicated Grief
      01/17/2017 Dementia Capable Care
      01/17/2017 Safe and Effective Management of Pain and Addiction - Dawn Farm Education Series
      01/13/2017 Treatment of Impulse and Obsessive Disorders
      01/07/2017 Autism: Identification, Treatments, and Current Research
      01/01/2017 Homestudy: Feeling Good Now! Rapid Recovery Techniques for Depression and Low Self-Esteem
      01/01/2017 Homestudy: Treating Complex Psychological Trauma: PTSD, Borderline Personality and Beyond
      01/01/2017 Homestudy: Comprehensive Treatment of Children and Adolescents with Bipolar Disorder
      01/01/2017 National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
      01/01/2017 Palliative Care Leadership Center Training
      12/12/2016 New Frontiers in Trauma Treatment
      12/09/2016 Men, Depression, and Psychotherapy
      12/01/2016 Healing When Cure is Not Possible: Hypnotic Approaches to Address Acute, Procedural and Chronic Pain and Palliative Intervention in Advanced Illness
      11/18/2016 Being With Dying: A Workshop with Roshi Joan Halifax
      11/17/2016 Children's Grief Awareness Day
      11/14/2016 Changing the Face of Bereavement: Caregivers Adaptation After the Death of a Family Member with ADRD.
      11/13/2016 Coping with Grief and the Holidays
      11/11/2016 David Kessler: On Grief & Grieving
      11/11/2016 Veteran's Day
      11/05/2016 The Institute for Rapid Resolution Therapy: Resolving Grief
      11/03/2016 Buddhist Contemplative Care Symposium
      11/01/2016 American Diabetes Month
      11/01/2016 Epilepsy Awareness Month
      11/01/2016 Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month
      11/01/2016 National Hospice, Palliative Care, and Family Caregivers Month
      11/01/2016 Lung Cancer Awareness Month
      11/01/2016 Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
      10/31/2016 The Intensives - Mastering what's the next in patient and family care.
      10/15/2016 Grief Tending Workshop
      10/08/2016 World Hospice and Palliative Care Day
      10/07/2016 2016 Trauma and Dissociation Conference
      10/05/2016 American Society on Aging - Family Caregiver Support Web Seminar Series
      10/01/2016 National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
      10/01/2016 Down Syndrome Awareness Month
      10/01/2016 Liver Cancer Awareness Month
      10/01/2016 National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
      10/01/2016 National Liver Cancer Awareness Month
      09/19/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      09/16/2016 20th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Supportive Care, Hospice and Palliative Medicine
      09/09/2016 Palliative Care In Oncology Symposium
      09/08/2016 National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization: 2016 Webinar Schedule
      08/30/2016 IPPA Call For Proposals
      08/29/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      08/01/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      07/25/2016 Summer Institute:Developing Peer Grief Support Programs for Children and Teens
      07/25/2016 Companioning the Traumatized Griever: PTSD and the Need for "Catch-Up" Mourning
      07/18/2016 The National Center for Death Education 2016
      07/01/2016 Bereaved Parents Awareness Month
      06/23/2016 Life, Loss & Living Fully
      06/21/2016 WHY We Need Funerals 3-Day Seminar
      06/21/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      06/12/2016 National Nursing Assistant Week
      06/03/2016 The Grief Recovery Method:Certification Training
      05/30/2016 Memorial Day
      05/13/2016 The Grief Recovery Method:Certification Training
      05/03/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      05/02/2016 Complicated Grief and Therapeutic Tools to Help Those Grieving
      04/22/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      04/18/2016 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      04/13/2016 ADEC 38th Annual Conference
      04/08/2016 The Grief Recovery Method:Certification Training
      04/04/2016 Complicated Grief and Therapeutic Tools to Help Those Grieving
      04/01/2016 Counseling Awareness Month
      03/24/2016 12th Annual Childhood Grief Conference
      03/08/2016 Interfaith Spiritual Care: How Do Chaplains Practice It?
      03/07/2016 Adolescent Grief: Understanding the Loss and Helpful Intervention Strategies
      03/07/2016 Complicated Grief and Therapeutic Tools to Help Those Grieving
      03/01/2016 National Social Worker's Month
      02/25/2016 Grieving Parents Workshop
      02/08/2016 Death, Dying & Grief in the Digital Age
      12/07/2015 Support Group Facilitator Training
      12/02/2015 Developing a Program of Care for the Professional Caregiver
      11/18/2015 Buddhist 101 in a Nutshell: A Field Guide for Caregivers
      11/09/2015 Counseling Skills Fundamentals
      11/01/2015 National Hospice/Palliative Care Month
      11/01/2015 National Family Caregivers Month
      10/25/2015 National Pastoral Care Week
      10/10/2015 World Hospice and Palliative Care Day
      10/06/2015 2015 Chaplain Symposium - Participation via Internet
      10/05/2015 Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      09/22/2015 APC Webinar Journal Club V, five-part series
      09/22/2015 'Why Me?' The Religious/Spiritual Concerns and Resources of Adolescents/Young Adults Receiving Blood and Marrow Transplants, WJC V S1
      09/16/2015 Music As a Catalyst for Pastoral Care
      09/14/2015 Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
      09/01/2015 Pain Awareness Month
      09/01/2015 Childhood Cancer Month
      08/23/2015 Health Unit Coordinators Day
      08/12/2015 Warrior Reintegration: Chaplaincy Care of Veterans
      08/04/2015 Understanding the Needs of the Dying Seminar
      08/03/2015 Understanding the Needs of the Dying Seminar
      08/03/2015 Living with Meaning and Purpose in Your Life
      07/23/2015 Chaplaincy for Patients with Mechanical Ventilation: 'A Remote Important Region
      07/20/2015 Companioning the Traumatized Griever: Reframing PTSD as “Catch-Up” Mourning
      06/08/2015 Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      06/05/2015 Evidence-Based Chaplaincy Care: Oxymoron? Mistake? No-Brainer? Plenary Session - Live Streaming from the 2015 APC Annual Conference
      06/01/2015 International Grief, Death, and Bereavement Conference
      06/01/2015 Facing Death: Care-Giving and Caregivers
      05/12/2015 Chaplaincy Care for a Young Man Who Attempted Suicide
      05/10/2015 National Nursing Home Week
      05/06/2015 Nurses Week
      05/04/2015 Exploring the Shadow of the Ghosts of Grief
      05/01/2015 Older Americans Month
      04/16/2015 National Healthcare Decisions Day
      04/12/2015 National Volunteer Week
      04/07/2015 World Health Day
      04/06/2015 Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning
      04/01/2015 Counseling Awareness Week
      03/30/2015 National Doctor's Day
      03/14/2015 Grief Tending Workshop
      03/11/2015 32nd Annual Minnesota Geriatric Care Conference
      03/10/2015 Chaplain Care for a Teen with Spinal Cord Injury
      03/04/2015 Creative Grief Coach Certification
      03/02/2015 Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
      03/02/2015 Patient Safety Awareness Week
      03/01/2015 National Social Worker's Month
      02/20/2015 GRIEF THE JOB OF RE-IDENTIFYING THE SELF
      02/18/2015 Meaning in Life for the Spiritual/Religious and Those Who are Neither
      02/09/2015 Exploring the Spiritual Dimensions of Death, Grief and Mourning
      02/01/2015 American Heart Month
      02/01/2015 Patient Recognition Week
      01/20/2015 Chaplaincy from the Bedside to the Boardroom
      01/13/2015 Chaplain Care for a Patient and Family in a UK Hospice
      01/01/2015 National Blood Donor Month
      12/13/2014 RTS Coordinator Training
      12/11/2014 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      12/03/2014 Leading a Family Meeting
      12/03/2014 Leading a Family Meeting
      12/01/2014 Support Group Facilitator Training
      11/20/2014 Effective Chaplain Charting: Communicating with the Care Team, Making Sense to Management and Avoiding Legal Pitfalls
      11/20/2014 Effective Chaplain Charting: Communicating with the Care Team, Making Sense to Management and Avoiding Legal Pitfalls
      11/18/2014 Ethics, Boundaries and Final Rights for the Dying
      11/06/2014 The 19th Biennial International Perinatal Bereavement Conference
      11/03/2014 Counseling Skills Fundamentals
      10/28/2014 Antagonists or Allies? How Chaplains Can Collaborate with Nurses to Provide Spiritual Care
      10/28/2014 Antagonists or Allies? How Chaplains Can Collaborate with Nurses to Provide Spiritual Care
      10/23/2014 31st Annual Grief and Bereavement Seminar
      10/08/2014 RTS Coordinator Training
      10/06/2014 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      10/03/2014 Young Adult: The Forgotten Grievers
      09/25/2014 Talking to Kids about Death and Dying: An Introduction to Children’s Grief
      09/24/2014 RTS Coordinator Training
      09/23/2014 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      09/12/2014 Providing Spiritual Care for Families and Children at the End of Life
      09/10/2014 Suicide Prevention Summit
      09/08/2014 Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
      09/04/2014 Creative Grief Coach Certification
      08/28/2014 Overcoming the Tragic: Applying Biblical Narratives to Wellness
      08/25/2014 Companioning the Mourner: From Theory to Practice
      08/14/2014 RTS Coordinator Training
      08/12/2014 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      08/06/2014 RTS Coordinator Training
      08/04/2014 RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
      08/04/2014 National Bereavement Education Week
      06/01/1990 1990 Annual Meeting
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