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An Overview to Grief + Loss

2 NBCC CE hours are available for licensed mental health providers.

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About This Course

Grief encompasses a range of emotions and experiences in response to various losses, including the death of a loved one, serious illness, divorce, or other significant life changes. This course provides clinicians with the knowledge and tools to effectively address grief-related issues in their practice. Participants will explore key considerations of loss and grief, identify different types of grief reactions, and examine the psychological, physiological, and social aspects of grief. Through case studies and discussions, clinicians will learn to assess and support individuals experiencing both typical and atypical grief reactions.

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding Loss and Grief: Gain a comprehensive understanding of loss and grief, including the various types of losses and the unique ways individuals experience grief.

  2. Classification of Grief Reactions: Learn to identify and classify different types of grief reactions, including normal, complicated, and disenfranchised grief, to better understand clients' experiences.

  3. Exploring Grief Across Dimensions: Examine the psychological, physiological, and social dimensions of grief, and understand how these aspects interact to shape individuals' grief experiences.

  4. Assessment and Intervention: Discover methods for assessing typical and atypical grief reactions, and formulate strategies and interventions to support grieving individuals effectively.

Course Materials

  • Prerecorded Video 
  • Quiz 
  • Feedback Survey
  • Certificate of Completion*
*A passed quiz of at least 80% and a completed feedback survey required for certificate.