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Development and Clinical Use of the CABLE Assessment Tool

The Coping Assessment for Bereavement and Loss Experiences (CABLE) is an instrument designed to assess potentially constructive strategies for coping with grief. This webinar will focus on the initial development and validation of the CABLE, as well as practical strategies for using the CABLE in clinical settings with individuals who have lost a loved one.

Live on June 8, 2022 at noon ET and on demand for one year

Continuing Education: 1.5 hours for a wide variety of professional boards included with registration and available for 1 year. View a list of approved boards.

Expert Panelist: 

Elizabeth Crunk-Sikhuashvili, PhD, NCC, LGPC, is a mental health counselor and an Assistant Professor of Counseling at the George Washington University in Washington, DC. She specializes in treating diverse issues in grief and bereavement, including complicated grief, anticipatory grief, non-death loss, and life transitions. Read more.
 
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Organizational registration provides unlimited viewing and continuing education credit to staff within the organization.


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