Date/Time: 05/18/2023, 12:00 am
Explore expanded possibilities for bereavement services and better ways to care for people who are ill and their circles of support.
This topic is being offered in response to many requests for more information on the specifics of counseling for bereavement professionals.
AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Explain counseling as it applies to bereavement professional work
- Differentiate between supportive and counseling-based services
- “Ensure that bereavement services reflect the needs of the bereaved,” as stated in the CoPs
- Evaluate the application of the Dual Process Model of Grief at admission
- Distinguish among the three theoretical frameworks to address cognitive distortions, anxiety, and grief
- Demonstrate how motivational interviewing techniques create realistic and achievable person-centered goals for the bereaved
- Demonstrate three counseling techniques through the use of common bereavement situations
Move beyond supportive services and towards more skillful approaches for both people in your care and their family members at high-risk. Learn how to determine which interventions fall within your licensing and scope of practice and which do not. This webinar will examine methods to translate assessments and risk assessments into methods to “ensure that bereavement services reflect the needs of the bereaved,” as required by the CoPs. It will focus on working through common and potentially challenging situations using evidence-based counseling techniques and interventions that fit within hospice and palliative care bereavement services.
THIS WEBINAR WILL BENEFIT THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This informative webinar is designed for bereavement professionals, including any team members who provide grief counseling. Leadership and management will also benefit.
- Counseling guide with detailed information on each technique, including how to apply them to specific examples
- Discussion guide for IDT members to initiate conversations about clarifying the role of bereavement services and the importance of IDT contributions to ongoing bereavement assessments
- Extensive list of additional resources for specific interventions (with video demonstrations)
- Handout with additional lecture notes
- Training log
- PDF of slides and speaker’s contact info for follow-up questions
- Attendance certificate provided, however there are no pre-approved CEs associated with this webinar