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Grief at Work

2 CEUs · $40


It is important to understand grief in the workplace because our jobs are a large part of our daily lives.  It can be difficult to maintain productive relationships with someone who is angry, anxious, and depressed, and interacting with traumatized people can make others feel traumatized as well.  We handle our grief differently in the workplace than we do at home.

Many people try not to cry or show emotions at work because they are under social pressure to act normally regardless of the crisis.  They tend to view a show of emotions as a sign of weakness, but typically that is far from the truth.  When a sense of loss is present in the workplace, everyone typically experiences a series of emotions that cycle through the grieving process.

  1. Identify five issues facing people who are grieving at work.
  2. List interventions for providing support for colleagues who are grieving. 


  • Monday, October 21, 2024 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM


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

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