Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning
Complicated mourning is normal grief that has become stuck or made more complex by various circumstances, including traumatized or marginalized loss, personality or mental health issues, grief overload, and other factors.
Together we’ll explore important topics such as:
- The distinction between “pathological” and “complicated” mourning
- Sudden, violent death
- The natural complications of suicide grief
- Multiple loss and bereavement overload
- Unmourned—or carried—grief
- Depression in grief—What’s normal? What’s clinical depression?
- Assessment model for complicated mourning
- Family systems issues
- The distinction between counseling and therapy
- Growth-oriented companioning strategies
Those who would like to are encouraged to bring a case presentation to assist seminar participants in the learning process.
Participants will receive a copy of When Grief is Complicated.
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