Complicated Grief, Loss and Suicide 2.0

$149.00 $81.00


There are 3 Continuing Education Units included with this course.

Finding New Life Again

Losing a loved one to suicide can be devastating and can result in a more complex grief due to feelings of guilt, anger, and betrayal. How does one pick up the pieces after such a loss? Complicated Grief, Loss and Suicide 2.0 will equip caregivers with the tools to help clients fully grieve and ultimately find healing from complicated losses.


CGL 101: No Goodbyes: Grieving a Suicide (GAL 210)
Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A.
Suicide survivors face stigma, guilt, shame, and a myriad of unanswered questions. In this lecture, Jennifer Cisney Ellers discusses ways that counselors can sensitively and effectively help those who are grieving the loss of a loved one to suicide.


CGL 102: Beyond the Tears: Treating Complicated Grief (GAL 211)
Eric Scalise, Ph.D. and Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A.
Complicated grief can occur for a variety of reasons, and can manifest differently in different people. In this presentation, Dr. Eric Scalise and Jennifer Cisney Ellers share how to identify complicated grief. They also highlight risk factors and treatment strategies for counselors seeking to more effectively help their clients.


CGL 103: A Picture of Healing: Examples of Recovery from Loss (GAL 212)
Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A.
When people are in the midst of grief, it can sometimes appear that there is no end in sight. However, there is hope – though the memories will never fade, the pain eventually will. In this session, you will hear powerful testimonies of those who have loved, lost, and lived anew. Grief may steal your joy for a time, but it does not have to last forever. Healing is possible.

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