Date/Time: 12/15/2022, 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Move beyond “supportive” and focus on providing specific counseling interventions that fit each person’s risk level and unique situation.
Social isolation has become the “new normal” for many and presents numerous challenges for healthcare providers. This webinar will address counseling interventions for people experiencing social isolation as well as complicated grief and multiple losses.
AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Define key working terminology
- Differentiate between support, counseling, therapy, and psychotherapy
- Explain the requirement and importance for chaplains/spiritual caregivers and social workers to provide direct, specific, and skillful counseling
- Discuss advanced and high-level skills necessary to address social isolation, multiple losses, and complex/complicated grief
- Use specific skills from three evidence-based theoretical frameworks
What are advanced-level skills for social workers and chaplains/spiritual caregivers? This webinar will explore skillsets related to dynamics that are frequently encountered: social isolation, suffering related to multiple losses, and our role in addressing persistent complex bereavement. Understand the CoP requirement, terminology, and intervention types to provide specific high-level end-of-life care and counseling to the bereaved.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This informative session is designed for chaplains/spiritual caregivers and social workers, as well as key leaders responsible for their work and supervision.
- Key criteria list for the role of social workers and chaplains/spiritual caregivers as counselors
- Counseling guide that explains and demonstrates interventions from three evidence-based theoretical frameworks
- Personal/professional assessment exercise
- Goal planning exercise
- Additional resources, including lecture notes
- Training log
- PDF of slides and speaker’s contact info for follow-up questions