Workplace Trainings

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The Grief Center offers training on a wide range of topics related to death and grief, including:

  • Compassion fatigue
  • Self-care
  • Explaining death to children
  • “Normal” vs. “complicated” grief
  • Anticipatory Grief
  • Special considerations for a suicide death
  • Cultural and religious considerations related to grief and death rituals
  • Supporting the family after prognosis is given
  • Mourning in a “death denying” culture
  • Theories of grief…beyond the five stages
  • Isolation and loneliness in grief
  • Considerations for pregnancy loss and perinatal death
  • Supporting the dying child
  • Assisting the adjustment process when a terminal diagnosis is made
  • Dealing with the loss of a co-worker
  • Normalization of death in a medical setting
  • Grief due to physical alteration (amputation, mastectomy, etc.)
  • Bereavement in later life
  • Suggestions for handling holidays and death anniversaries
  • Using expressive arts to facilitate mourning
  • Disenfranchised grief (abortion, adoption, etc.)
  • Coping with violent death (homicide, accidents, disasters, war)
  • Words that hurt/words that heal
  • Delivering difficult news
  • Current research regarding grief
  • Twin loss
  • Parental bereavement
  • Implications for family members who have suffered a drug related death
  • Bereavement vs. Depression
  • Life losses that evoke the grief response (divorce, relocation, incarceration, etc.)
  • Adolescent Bereavement
  • Sibiling Loss
  • Helping a child with a dying parent
  • Meditation and Relaxation
  • The Use of Expressive Arts in Bereavement Counseling
  • Grief and Forgiveness
  • Survivors Guilt

    Fees by prearrangement.  Call 918.587.1200 or e-mail alissa@thegriefcenter for more information.