The death of a loved one is one of the hardest experiences a person can go through. Its not uncommon for people to become stuck deep within their grief for a period of time, during which their life can shrink around them. Breaking free from this stuck state and getting back into life all the while still honoring the person who died is a challenging task. Through harnessing mindful actions, we can continue to grieve without losing sight of our own life and others that we love.
This workshop is designed for any grief worker, and will teach you how to harness mindful action with your clients in a way that will allow them to grieve in an open and expanded way, while remaining connected to their deceased loved one as well as those still physically present in their life. You will learn an intervention for working with grieving adults and adolescents which is flexible, easily expandable, and can fit into your own practice today.
Grief is a part of life, it doesn't have to separate us from life.
I worked at The Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas for three years with children and families. For those three years I did nothing but grief work. It's how I got my start!
After experiencing this workshop you will be able to:
- Promote growth through mindful actions during grief
- Define psychological flexibility & grief specific psychological flexibility
- Conduct dynamic functional analysis with client
Date(s): Saturday, November 18th, 2017
Time(s): 1pm - 4pm CST.
Location(s): 8105 Rasor Blvd, Plano, Texas 75024, Conference Room #2
Presenter(s): Jacob Martinez, MA, LPC
Early Bird Special: $65, Early Bird Discount ends 10/31
Level & Intended Audience(s): Any skill level, for clinicians and grief workers.
CE Continuing Education Credits: 3 hours of Continuing Education credit for Texas LPCs, Texas LMFTs, and Texas Social Workers will be provided.
Full refunds available until Nov. 1st, 2017