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Supporting Children and Families A Stigmatized Death: Buddy’s Place 2022 Fall Conference Webcast

Attend this webcast during Children’s Grief Awareness Month. Webcast presented by Pillars Community Health’s bereavement support program Buddy’s Place, in collaboration with the National Alliance for Children’s Grief.   This webcast will feature thought leaders from the field of childhood bereavement who appeal to a diverse audience, including funeral service, hospice care, health care, education, mental health, child welfare, and bereavement support professionals.   Supporting Children and Families Following A Stigmatized Death by: Diane Vines, MA, LMFT-S, LPC-S, RTP-S and Tina Barrett, EdD, LCPC   Session 1: Children, Grief, and Violent Deaths, presented by Diane Vines, MA, LMFT-S, LPC-S, RPT-S. (Bio)…

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Attend this webcast during Children’s Grief Awareness Month. Webcast presented by Pillars Community Health’s bereavement support program Buddy’s Place, in collaboration with the National Alliance for Children’s Grief.

 

This webcast will feature thought leaders from the field of childhood bereavement who appeal to a diverse audience, including funeral service, hospice care, health care, education, mental health, child welfare, and bereavement support professionals.

 

Supporting Children and Families Following A Stigmatized Death by: Diane Vines, MA, LMFT-S, LPC-S, RTP-S and Tina Barrett, EdD, LCPC

 

Session 1: Children, Grief, and Violent Deaths, presented by Diane Vines, MA, LMFT-S, LPC-S, RPT-S. (Bio)

Death and loss are adversities, and for a child, they can be classified as adverse childhood experiences. The degree to which they are traumatic and from which they can be healed depends upon several factors; one of the most important is the quality of the bereaved child’s relational resources.  As helpers, we can be vicariously impacted by others’ losses.  Ways to be at our best as we support the bereaved will also be discussed.

Session 2: Rooted in Hope: Grief After Suicide and Traumatic Loss, presented by Tina Barrett, EdD, LCPC. (Bio)

 

Grief is a natural – albeit complex – response to loss. Many times, individuals feel hesitant to express their grief openly or authentically because of associated stigmas related to the death and a fear of judgment. In our time together, we will address unique considerations of grief and support after a death by suicide and practical tools for those providing care. We will also validate the emotional toll of grief and trauma care and dive into compassion resilience from three angles with opportunities for intentions to ground and stabilize the individuals making up the network of care.

Dates

Starts:
Friday, November 4, 2022 @ 11:00 am
Ends:
Friday, November 4, 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Venue

First Congregational Church of Western Springs
1106 Chestnut Street
Western Springs, IL 60558 United States

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