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2017 Recorded Webinars

  • JULY: Light on the Dark Side of the Street
  • JUNE: Loss in the Lives of LGBTQ+ People 
  • MAY: Practical Strategies for Helping Grieving Clients Cope 
  • APRIL: Continued Bond/Attachment Theories for Perinatal Loss Intervention 
  • MARCH: "Well, Ain't This a Fine Howdy-do!" Helping Care-givers 
  • FEBRUARY: Living with Life-Threatening Illness
  • JANUARY: Responding To Community Crisis 

2016 Recorded Webinars

  • DECEMBER: Meaning-Centered Grief Therapy... 
  • NOVEMBER: Changing the Face of Bereavement… 
  • OCTOBER: Revisiting Loss and Restoration
  • SEPTEMBER: Attachment Informed Grief Therapy... 
  • AUGUST: Secrets in Grief Counseling and End-of-Life Care
  • JULY: Keeping Up in Grief: A Vital Component in Self Care
  • JUNE: Loss Upon Loss: Caregivers, Dying Persons and the End of Life
  • MAY: The Top 10 Mistakes Made in Treating the Bereaved
  • APRIL: Helping Children Grieve 
  • MARCH: Using Therapeutic Groups in Working With the Bereaved
  • FEBRUARY: Treating Grief As a Mental Disorder
  • JANUARY: Sustaining Capacity of Compassion... 

2016 Conference Recordings

  • Addressing the Needs of Families - Planning a Family Grief Camp
  • Ambiguous Loss, Nonfinite Loss, and Disenfranchised Grief: Connections and Implications for Clinicians
  • An Attachment Informed Approach to Grief and Grief Therapy
  • The Impact of our Fear of and Fascination with Death on our Children
  • Coloring Your Grief
  • Research that Matters: Social Media and Bereavement
  • Trust-Building Among African-Americans in End of Life Care
  • The Two-Track Model of Bereavement: A Contemporary Look at Theory, Research and Practice
  • Deconstructing the Case for Complicated Grief
  • Our Work, Our Selves
  • Mindfulness & Grief: Coping Skills for Life After Loss
  • How to Start and Facilitate a Bereavement Support Group
  • Compassion for Ourselves: Rejuvenate Mind, Body, and Spirit
  • Is Evidence-Based Practice Appropriate for Grief Counseling

2015 Recorded Webinars

  • DECEMBER: Early Attachment Experience
  • NOVEMBER: Lunch with a Luminary: J. William Worden
  • OCTOBER: Using Digital and Social Media in Your Work
  • AUGUST: Grief and Cognition...
  • JULY: Being There: Virtual Presence at the End of Life
  • JUNE: Will You Be My 'Friend'?...
  • MARCH: The ABCs of Bringing Bereavement Camps To Your Community
  • JANUARY: Understanding Sibling Loss: What Every Counselor Needs...

2014 Recorded Webinars

  • DECEMBER: Spirituality Unplugged: Assessing and Empowering Clients'...
  • JULY: Suicide Risk Assessment When Bereavement...
  • APRIL: Secrets at the End of Life
  • JANUARY: Caring for Self While Caring for Others: Managing Stress...

2014 Recorded Conference Sessions

  • Let’s Stop “Staging” Dying and Bereaved Persons
  • Parental Experiences and Decisions Regarding Fetal Anomalies
  • Helping Bereaved Clients Identify, Develop and Utilize Resources
  • Beyond Gender: Understanding the Ways Men and Women Grieve
  • Motherless Daughters: A Twenty-Year Retrospective
  • Finding Resilience: Thinking Small in the Big Badness
  • The Role of Medication in Grief Therapy: Two Case Studies
  • Working with Grieving Teenagers

2015 Recorded Conference Sessions

  • A Mother's Tears: From Grief to Activism
  • An Analysis of Research on Childhood and Adolescent Grief
  • Best Practices in Suicide Bereavement: A New National Report
  • Child-griever to First Lady: The Griefs of Lady Bird Johnson
  • Cultural Grief Factors and Access to Care: A Model of Community Support
  • Death, Dying and Bereavement: Multicultural Competence in Psychotherapy
  • Grief & Developmental Disabilities
  • How New Insights About the Brain Are Helping Us Understand Bereavement
  • Meaning-Centered Grief Therapy: Theory, Practice and Promise
  • Mindfulness and Grief: Techniques For Post-traumatic Growth
  • Old Meets New, East Meets West: The Fusion of Grief Experience and Ritualization Among Chinese
  • Teaching about Life and Living in Death and Dying Courses
  • The Boy Who Saved Thousands of Lives
  • The Internal Worlds of Grieving Families
  • We Don't Know Death: 7 Assumptions We Make About Dying

2013 Recorded Webinars

  • DECEMBER 18: Religious Coping and Meaning-Making Following Loss of a Love
  • DECEMBER 6: DSM-5 and Bereavement: Q&A...
  • NOVEMBER: Use of Mindful Awareness in Loss and Grief
  • OCTOBER: Therapeutic Presence: Training Peer Helpers Through a...
  • AUGUST: Using Popular Media To Help Clients With Their Grief
  • JULY: The Impact of Military Loss
  • JUNE: A Practitioner's Guide To Care of the Dying
  • FEBRUARY: Healing Presence for the Healer: Where They Do the Healing
  • JANUARY: The Whole Town Grieves: When Loss Affects An Entire Community

2012 Recorded Webinars

  • NOVEMBER: A FABULOUS Way To Prevent Compassion Fatigue
  • OCTOBER: Reaching Through Sorrow To Legacy With Thomas Attig
  • SEPTEMBER: Working With Multiple Losses
  • JULY: Reassessing Kübler-Ross on Coping With Dying and Loss
  • MARCH: Living in the "Second Circle:" How We Are Chg'd By The Work
  • FEBRUARY: Palliative and Grief Care Around The World