Although each individual’s grief is very personal, people are likely to encounter similar needs on the path of grief work and mourning. These needs, and the ways we explore them, are what shape our grief journeys as we do the work of reconciling ourselves to our new lives without the presence of our loved one. This webinar will discuss the ways in which grief and mourning are unique as well as universal. We will look at Alan Wolfelt’s six “reconciliation needs” and discuss the ways mourners can recognize and address these basic grief needs in order to find hope and healing.
OBJECTIVES: Following this webinar, participants will be able to: Explore both the personal and the communal elements of grief, Understand Alan Wolfelt’s “reconciliation needs” model of mourning and Discuss creative and helpful ways of addressing the needs of mourning.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 2, 2020 from 2:00-3:00 pm Eastern (Live)
WHO: Presented by Alexa Livelsberger, LCSW and Conor Dawley, LPC, CT (Outreach and Education Coordinators/Child Grief Specialists)
WHERE: You will receive a Zoom link the evening before the webinar.
No CEUs will be provided. Presentation materials can be provided upon request. Please register no later than Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at 6 p.m. at https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=cxp9xVwOS0avtwhtxn89Rq6qj-bmPyRAii1Gx-jHxflUOTYzNllPUDhPSFlBRFhBSlZQVThCWjAzOC4u