Helping Widowed Parents Cope with Parenting, Loss and Life - Self Study

Widowed parents face unique and often overwhelming challenges as they cope with the loss of a spouse/partner, while helping their children grieve and adapting to life as a sole parent. Dr. Yopp co-leads the Widowed Parent Program at the University of North Carolina, which exists to support and learn about this subset of the grieving population that has been overlooked and underserved. Dr. Yopp, who authored The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life (Oxford University Press), presents on recent research efforts that focus on treatment, care, and communication choices that parents make at the end of life and how those choices impact the dying experience and the bereavement of the surviving parent.

Expert Panelist: Justin Yopp, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Read more
Available: On demand for one year after purchase
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I really enjoyed this and immediately will support widowed parents better by emphasizing their new parenting responsibilities as much as their grief.

Excellent presentation!

Very helpful information to share with hospice patients

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