Understanding and Applying Modern Grief Theory
Presented by the TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing, this workshop with Litsa Williams and Eleanor Haley, mental health professionals and co-founders of What’s Your Grief, explores the most prominent grief theories to have emerged from the fields of psychology and thanatology, beginning with Freud and working forward to the most current evidence-based models of grief.
Litsa Williams is the co-founder of the grief community website What’s Your Grief. Litsa holds Master’s Degrees in Social Work and Philosophy with over 10 years’ experience in grief and bereavement. She is a past director of family and community services for the Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland.
Eleanor Haley is the co-founder of the grief community website What’s Your Grief. Eleanor holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with over 10 years’ experience in grief and bereavement. She is a past manager of aftercare services for the Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland.
This workshop target audience is for health care clinicians, social service clinicians, counselors and others working in or providing counseling in the hospice, palliative care, counseling, hospital, or nursing home environments.
Registration is $12.75. Lunch is included. Continuing Education (5 hours) credit is available from avariety of professional boards. Certificates cost $75. Instructions for obtaining CEs will be provided at the event.