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Brain Fog and Chest Pain: The Neurobiology and Physiology of Grief
This session aims to describe grief’s impact on the brain and body; explore the relationship between neuroscience and mindfulness; and practice exercises to support awareness, emotion regulation, and wellness. Additional considerations and contraindications will also be discussed.

Learning Objectives

Attendees will be able to identify different parts of the brain and describe how they are impacted by grief.

Attendees will be able to describe physiological challenges that often occur as a result of grief.

Attendees will practice mindfulness and somatic exercises so they can use these strategies with individuals and groups.

APPROVAL INFORMATION
This webinar is approved by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers provider #20230014 and will serve as Category 1 credits for all social workers in Oklahoma.

On October 07, 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 01, 2023 and December 31, 2023 may count towards the face-to-face renewal requirements, including ethics and supervision, for all current licensure periods.

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

Jun 23, 2023 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jen Hartman
Jen Hartman, EdS, is a licensed professional counselor and Registered Play Therapist with advanced training in EMDR, Trauma-Focused CBT, Emotion-Focused Therapy, and Theraplay. She has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in school, university, and inpatient settings. Her approach is person-centered, experiential, and flexible to meet client needs in the moment. She is passionate about social justice and sensitive to the ways in which people have been harmed by interpersonal and systemic discrimination. She works as an advocate and ally to address these issues while continuing to learn and grow. As a certified yoga teacher, she has taught yoga to children and adults and regularly incorporates mind-body exercises into her counseling practice.