Registration Deadline 3 pm EDT, May 28, 2020
May 29, 2020 Grief as a story has interwoven threads of other stories that may not be recognized by clinicians. Grief identifies an essential relational story.
This webinar is built on the premise that the death of one is the beginning of a grief story for another. Death sets up a new and unfamiliar plotline. This workshop utilizes socio-narratology to explore the relational story of grief by learning to recognize what is told and what happens because of the telling.
In our current lives we are faced with navigating the experience of a worldwide pandemic. The learnings shared from the stories of older bereaved siblings form the basis of opening conversations about loss, grief, and self care in our current world.
The format is a didactic presentation with discussion, and participant interaction.
Presenter Deborah Deeter
Deborah is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist with CAMFT. She is a registered psychologist in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. She has an active private practice based in Vernon, BC, and is an experienced relational therapist, and workshop facilitator. Deborah taught as an adjunct professor with Loma Linda University, and as professional faculty with MacEwan University, Alberta.
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Friday, May 29, 2020 3 pm EDT - Attendees will receive 2 hours CEUs.