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Education Partner Packages 2019-20

Order the entire 2019-20 year of programming, including Living with Grief® at once! Available for individuals and multi-viewer groups.
 

SEPTEMBER 17, 2019
Justin Yopp, PhD
Helping Widowed Parents Cope with Parenting, Loss, and Life
Widowed parents face broad challenges as they cope with their own grief while also supporting their grieving children. Dr. Yopp, author of The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life, will discuss current research and clinical efforts aimed at supporting these parents and their families. 

NOVEMBER 19, 2019
J. William Worden, PhD, ABPP
moderated by Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
The Tasks of Mourning After 35 Years: Why They Are Still Clinically Relevant
Dr. William Worden’s Four Tasks of Mourning model was a significant addition to the field of grief and bereavement. Join Dr. Worden, a pioneering researcher and clinician, in conversation with Dr. Kenneth Doka to discuss how this model has evolved over time and how professionals can utilize the model in a wide range of bereavement situations. 

JANUARY 21, 2020
Judith Stillion, PhD
Suicide in Later Life: Who's at Risk and How You Can Help
In the United States, persons aged 65 and older make up 13% of the population but accounted for 18% of all suicides. Dr. Stillion will examine trends and hallmarks of elderly suicide and suggest approaches for dealing with suicidal elders and their surviving family and friends.
 
FEBRUARY 20, 2020
 Elizabeth Crunk, PhD & Laurie Burke, PhD

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. Dr. Crunk and Dr. Burke will 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 will also provide ways to incorporate trauma assessment and intervention into bereavement settings.
 
MARCH 2020
Living with Grief®
Intimacy and Sexuality During Illness and Loss
 
APRIL 21, 2020
Margaret Stroebe, PhD & Henk Schut, PhD
moderated by Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
Using the Dual Process Model of Coping with Bereavement to
Improve Your Practice
Stroebe and Schut’s Dual Process Model of Coping with Bereavement is a foundational component to understanding the grieving process. Join these pioneering researchers, in conversation with Dr. Kenneth Doka, to discuss how this model was developed and what role it can play in supporting the bereaved. 
 
June 16, 2020
Alua Arthur, JD
The Evolving Role of theTrained Death Doula in End-of-Life Care
Death doulas, individuals who provide non-medical care and support, are playing an increasingly important role in helping dying persons and their families. Alua Arthur, founder of Going with Grace, will examine this growing field and how trained death doulas can complement the care that hospice and end-of-life professionals provide. 
 

Individual Viewer Partner Package (one viewer per program per location) - $315.00
Multi-Viewer Partner Package Level 1 (2-10 viewers per program per location) - $560.00
Multi-Viewer Partner Package Level 2 (11-50 viewers per program per location) - $975.00

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