Virtual Grief Seminar
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020
7PM - 8PM
COVID-19 & Grief Overload: Coping with Too Much Loss
Thursday, October 15 • 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. EST
Overview: COVID-19 has created many challenges for families and caregivers. The pandemic has caused unprecedented stress, loss and grief on so many levels. Many nurses, doctors, long-term care workers, hospice staff, EMTs, social workers, funeral directors, and other critical frontline workers have pushed to their limits.
Do you feel a sense of a “loss overload” from the COVID-19 pandemic? Loss of connection, loss of special events or loss of income has been overwhelming to so many. If you find yourself struggling with your thoughts, & feelings and the possibility of ongoing exposure to even more loss, this webinar is for you. Dr. Wolfelt will explore the concepts of grief overload and will outline practical ways to cope during this naturally difficult time.
About the Presenter: Dr. Alan Wolfelt has been recognized as one of America’s leading death educators and grief counselors. His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide and have been translated into several languages. He founded the Center for Loss in 1984 to offer education and support both to grievers and bereavement caregivers. He is known worldwide for his compassionate messages of hope & healing.
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CEU Hours - Continuing Education Credits Provided