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Disenfranchised Loss: When society says you are not allowed to grieve
3 CE Credits

The subject of disenfranchised grief has been in the news more lately in light of our current pandemic. However, what situations may cause this response in people is not new. It is a topic grief therapists have been researching for years. It can be grief related to either a death or a life loss. This webinar addresses the causes, the reactions, and the therapies that can help.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Define disenfranchised grief

Examine situations and causes of disenfranchised grief

Understand common reactions to disenfranchised grief

Discuss therapies that address disenfranchised grief

APPROVAL INFORMATION
All trainings (virtual and in-person) are approved by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers provider #20220014. All webinars provided by The Grief Center will serve as Category 1 credits for all social workers in Oklahoma.

Due to the ongoing consequences of the national COVID-19 pandemic, on February 11, 2022, the Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health approved an additional stay of enforcement for all face-to-face CEU requirements, including Ethics and Supervision. All technology assisted CEU’s accrued between January 1, 2022 and December 31, 2022 may count towards the face-to-face renewal requirements, including ethics and supervision, for all current licensure periods, including all webinars offered by The Grief Center.

The Tristesse Grief Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7131. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Tristesse Grief Center is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. More approval information can be found at thegriefcenter.org

Nov 11, 2022 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Susan Miller
LCSW @The Grief Center
Susan is the most senior employee at The Grief Center, having worked here since 2010. She has been in the social work field for 32 years and has held director positions at St. John’s and Hospice of Green Country, to name a few. She currently sees individual clients, facilitates loss-specific groups on site, and clinically supervises social workers in candidacy.