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Grief 101

2 CEUs · $40


Grief is something that 100% of the population experiences.  This program will focus on defining mourning, grief, bereavement and complicated grief as well as discussing the difference between complicated and normal grief.

It will also look at the factors that make our grief unique from one another. Special focus will be on the clinical issues surrounding suicide and other traumatic losses, and how to support families who have experienced them.  Participants will leave with a greater knowledge of traumatic loss, and interventions to support the bereaved in their community.

  1. Define mourning, grief, bereavement and complicated grief, including the DSM criteria
  2. List the tasks of grief and factors that make grief unique
  3. Discuss how suicide, murder & other traumatic losses are different from non-traumatic loss


Monday, December 9, 2024 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM


Cornerstone of Hope, Cleveland
5905 Breckville Road
Independence, Ohio 44131

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