Walking With Grief
Helping Others Deal With Loss
Credit Hours (CEC)
In-person events follow local guidelines for gathering. This workshop will transition to a virtual event should COVID restrictions limit in-person gatherings. Please call CTRI before booking flight/hotel room.
- Understand the complexities of grief and loss
- Recognize the influence of dominant discourses and mainstream understandings of grief
- Respond and support individuals, families, and communities impacted by grief
- Identify those needing increased support and intervention
- Apply and adapt learning to their own context and community
Method of Delivery
Presentation, video, case study exercises, personal reflection, delivered electronically.
Some of the Topics Included
- Making Sense of Grief and Loss
- Factors that Shape How Grief is Experienced
- Considerations Related to Culture
- Myths and Misunderstandings
- Models for Understanding Grief
- Exploring the Impacts of Grief and Loss
- Responding to Grief and Loss
- Key Qualities to Effective Support
- Paths to Healing and Recovery
- The Role of Remembering and Ritual
- The Impact of Nutrition, Sleep, and Exercise
- Finding a New Normal
- Grief, Loss, and Depression
- Grief, Loss, and Trauma/Complicated Grief
- Grief, Loss, and Addictions
This is an intermediate level workshop for social service and health care professionals, counsellors, social workers, school personnel, and anyone supporting people working through grief.
Trainer: Danielle Forth
Danielle has over 15 years of clinical experience working in front line mental health, consulting and teaching roles. She is a Registered Psychologist and holds a Master’s degree in Marital and Family Therapy. In addition to training with CTRI, she has a private clinical practice working with individuals, couples and families on a variety of mental health issues. As a therapist, Danielle brings a strong desire to facilitate excellent and enjoyable learning experiences to her workshops that reflect her compassion, warmth and humour. Read blogs written by Danielle here.