Adverse Childhood Experiences as a Risk Factor for Complicated Grief

Current research is showing links between trauma in childhood and poor lifetime physical and psychological outcomes, including at the end of life and during bereavement. In this program Dr. Crunk and Dr. Burke discuss their research findings and clinical implications of the relation between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and complicated grief in bereaved adults and offer some recommendations for intervention. They also provide ways to incorporate trauma assessment and intervention into bereavement settings.

On Demand Through February 19, 2021
Length: 90 minutes
Continuing Education:1.5 credits available for a variety of professional boards for $9 per certificate. Board Approvals List

Expert panelists:

Laurie Burke, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist who maintains an active private practice in Portland, OR that is dedicated to serving grieving individuals, with a primary focus on assisting traumatically bereaved adults (e.g., individuals grieving losses from homicide, suicide, fatal accident). Read more

Elizabeth Crunk, PhD is an Assistant Professor at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, where she maintains an active grief therapy practice. Read more
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