Helping Adolescents 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 focuses exclusively on the issues that adolescents face as they cope with loss and 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. 

Expert Panelists:  
  • Tashel Bordere, PhD, MS
  • Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
  • Pamela Gabbay, MA, FT, Director
  • Stacy F. Orloff EdD, LCSW, ACHP-SW
  • Donna L. Schuurman, EdD, FT
  • Carol Wogrin, PsyD, RN

On Demand: For 1 year after purchase
Length:  approximately 2.5 hours

CE credits are not available for this program. 
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Product Price: $20.00 Member Price: $17.00
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