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Beyond Kubler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying, and Grief


Beyond Kubler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying, and Grief

Program Details
Beyond Kübler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying and Grief explores the most current theoretical perspectives 
on dying, death, and grief, emphasizing areas where understandings of dying, death, and grief have been challenged and developed since the 1969 publication of Kübler-Ross’ epochal work, On Death and Dying. The presentation emphasizes the practice implications of these new perspectives and would be useful to a range of professionals who counsel persons who are dying or bereaved, including psychologists, counselors, clergy, social workers, nurses, physicians and other health care workers, as well as educators, teachers and school-based personnel. In addition, it would benefit individuals who offer education on loss, grief, dying or death. 
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS PROGRAM, PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO: 
1. Discuss the role, value, and limitations of stages theories in the understanding of the dying process; 
2. Describe two task models of the dying process; 
3. Define anticipatory grief and trace the evolution of the concept; 4. Describe the process of grief, noting grief manifestations and factors that influence the grieving process; 
5. Discuss six challenges to current understandings of grief; 
6. Name three factors that have increased cultural diversity in the U.S. and discuss the effects of cultural diversity on grief theory and practice; 
7. Describe contemporary research on grief interventions.
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