Introduction to Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy

June 22 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Online

Event Organizer

Social Work Office of Professional Excellence
Phone:
212-851-2513
Email:
Website:
swope.mystrikingly.com

ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | 3 CE HOURS AVAILABLE FOR A FEE

Presenter

Katherine Shear, MD

Founder and Director, The Center for Complicated Grief

 

About the Workshop

Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy (previously called complicated grief therapy, or CGT) is a short-term therapy that uses methods from a range of evidence-based psychotherapies to facilitate adaptation to loss, develop a solid working alliance with the client, and address any derailers that may arise during the therapy process. Dr. Katherine Shear (bio), one of the world’s foremost experts in this field, leads a half-day workshop that will introduce the seven “healing milestones” that can guide the therapeutic process and address “stuck points” with clients. She also will discuss the unique challenges posed to adaptation to loss during COVID-19.

For more information, including full presenter bio and workshop learning objectives, please see the registration page. This workshop offers 3 continuing education hours for NY, NJ, and CT licensed social workers and mental health counselors. Other states, please email swope@columbia.edu.

Questions?

Please see the registration page for all event information, including how to access the webinar and CE details. You can contact the Office of Professional Excellence with any remaining questions at swope@columbia.edu