The recording will close with a focus upon self-Care, including how to manage and care appropriately for We are able to do this challenging, but fulfilling work.
Joy R. Samuels – Counseling Grief Clients, Functional Interventions for Everyday Use
Clinicians often struggle to develop an effective approach to counseling grief clients, due to the uniqueness of each individual’s grief. The last 10-15 years of intense research have brought forth a wealth of new knowledge in the field. Many new studies have rewritten our perceptions.
Find out more about this research on the appropriate diagnosis and treatment of clients suffering from grief. for How to evaluate grief severity and the related constructs. Also, clarification on what this means. “complicated grief” The most frequently used models are reviewed for Understanding grief and leaving with tools (20 interventions) to help clients navigate the complex and adaptive grief process. The recording will close with a focus upon self.-Care, including how to manage and care appropriately for We are able to do this challenging, but fulfilling work.
- Current models in excellent condition for Understanding grief and the impact it has on treatment planning.
- Diagnose grief clients by analyzing and separating clinical symptoms.
- Implement functional interventions for It is possible to offer grief counseling for any client.
- Three new interventions can be used with clients who have lost a loved one.
- Find out when your grief is over “complicated” Design a suitable treatment strategy.
- Create strategies for self-improvement-Awareness and self-awareness-care for The role of grief counselors in clinical practice.
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THE JOURNEY of GRIEF
- Models for understanding grief
- Older, familiar models
- Current theories and approaches
- Grief Expressions
- Cognitive and emotional
- Physical manifestations
- Social behavior and societal reactions
- Experience mediators and predictors
- Background: The experience of grief is very individual
- Personality and other vulnerabilities
- Who died; what was the quality of the relationship?
- Cultural, contextual, and social influences
- Mode of Death
- Other influences
- Non-death losses
GRIEF ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS-RELATED SYMPTOMS
- Differential diagnosis of depression, grief, and PTSD
- Persistent complex bereavement disorder
- Use Assessment of clients suffering from grief and adjustment disorder
- Measurement/assessment of grief symptoms
GRIEF CAN BE COMLICATED
- Common trajectories for Grief
- What is it? “complicated” How do you recognize grief?
- Interventions for treatment for Complex grief
TREATMENT STRATEGIES and FUNCTIONAL INTERVENTIONS
- Grief Counselling
- What is the difference between this and other types of counseling.
- Who is more likely to benefit (and who may not) from these benefits?
- A general approach: components
- The 3 Rogerian Conditions
- Presence is power
- As a companion/therapist for Your grief clients
- Cross-Cultural and other diversity considerations
- Emotional intensity: How to deal
- Grief vs. trauma
- When clients’ grief is disenfranchised
- Work with families or couples who have been through the “same” loss
- Preparing for Grief “spikes”
- Post-Traumatic growth
BEING A GRIEF COUNSELOR
- This work comes with both risks and rewards
- There are training opportunities in this field
LIMITATIONS TO THE RESEARCH & POTENTIAL RISES
- Results from different studies show disparities for Grief
- Risk factors for Complex grief
Joy R. Samuels – Counseling Grief Clients, Functional Interventions for Everyday Use: Sample
Here’s what you can expect in the new book Joy R. Samuels – Counseling Grief Clients, Functional Interventions for Everyday Use
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 290
- Assessments Yes