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Understanding Grief, Bereavement and Loss: Current Theories for Supporting Clients, Self and Colleagues
by Carrie La Jeunesse, DVM, CT, CFE
This webinar will provide a summary of current theories and concepts in thanatology (death/dying/bereavement). Myths and outdated theories will be dispelled so that participants have accurate information and sound practices to apply in the work setting. Objectives:
- Understand how to put theories and concepts into practice to companion clients and co-workers, and support self, through the diverse landscape of loss experiences
- Negotiate the intricacies of end-of-life decision-making in a way that is strongly grounded in biomedical ethics
- Recognize common reactions and responses to loss, and what healthy coping strategies can be used to ease navigation of loss-related suffering.