Utilizing the Pandemic Grief Scale - Latest Research and Clinical Implications Self Study

Continuing research on the adaptation of Americans to bereavement in the context of the pandemic has expanded to include those suffering losses from causes beyond COVID-19. The unique circumstances under which people die and grieve since March of 2020 are nearly universal, affecting virtually all individuals facing the death of a loved one.

Dr. Niemeyer compares the impact of loss because of COVID-19, other natural causes, and violent death, and considers the role of meaning making in mediating the circumstantial risk factors that can complicate grief and impair functioning of survivors. Utilizing clinically useful screeners such as the Pandemic Grief Scale (PGS) for severe grief responses in the pandemic, the speaker suggests how to bridge from assessment to intervention and offers principles and practices to inform professional support.

On Demand for one year after purchase
Continuing Education: 1.5 hours for a wide variety of professional boards included with registration and available for 1 year.

Expert Panelist: 

  • Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Psychology, University of Memphis; maintains an active consulting and coaching practice; and also directs the Portland Institute for Loss and Transition, Read more
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Step 2 - View the course online through the link in your confirmation email or in your account.
Step 3 - Follow the instructions provided to receive your CE certificate. An evaluation and a short exam are a part of this process. 

One CE certificate is included with a self-study registration. Multi-viewer sites can pre-pay for additional CEs by selecting a CE add-on option when registering below.


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