March 13, 2014 at 12:05 PM
This program focuses exclusively on the issues that adolescents face as they cope with loss. Adolescence, broadly defined, from middle school years to emerging adulthood, is a significant developmental period during which adolescents form identity, independence, and intimacy. Illness and loss profoundly influences these processes. Moreover, adolescent encounters with loss are likely to be traumatic–deaths by accident, suicide, and homicide. This program explores the ways that healthcare workers, hospices, educators, social workers, counselors, clergy, funeral directors, and other professionals can assist adolescents as they cope with loss.
April 10th, 2014
2 PM – 4:30 PM with an additional 30-minute local discussion (required for CE credits
- Tashel Bordere, PhD, MS
- Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
- Pamela Gabbay, MA, FT
- Stacy F Orloff, EdD, LCSW, ACHP-SW
- Donna L. Schuurman, EdD, FT
- Carol Wogrin, PsyD, RN
HOSTED BY: Frank Sesno, Director, School of Media and Public Affairs, The George Washington University.See full program details at www.hospicefoundation.org
The program will be presented LIVE via Streaming Video Webcast on April 10, 2014 from 2-4:30pm ET. The program is 2.5 hours, with an additional 30-minute local discussion (required for CE credits). You will see and hear the presenters on the screen, and questions may be submitted online during the program.
3 hours of CE credit are available through HFA for nurses, social workers, counselors, psychologists, clergy, and more. Please verify CE availability with your professional board and/or refer to HFA’s list of Board Approvals, located at register.hospicefoundation.org. The CE cost is $15 per person (for the first two weeks after the live air date; until April 24, 2014). After this date, the CE cost is $25 per person (for the remainder of the year; until April 9, 2015).
For more information or to RSVP contact:
Imagine at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 908-264-3100
Mary Robinson, is the Founder and Executive Director of Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss in Westfield, NJ and the Founder and former Executive Director of Good Grief located in Morristown, NJ. Working and volunteering in the field of grief support since 1997, Ms. Robinson’s commitment is to ensure grieving children’s resiliency, emotional health and well-being. Mary has a BA in English and an MA in Applied Psychoanalysis, and holds a Certificate in Thanatology and is a certified Disaster Response Crisis Counselor. She is a member of the Association of Death Education and Counseling and the National Alliance for Grieving Children
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