LIVE CEU's - Grief and Bereavement Approaches in Counseling
This course provides 5 LIVE CEU approved by NYS
Upcoming Seminar Dates:
Monday, March 9, 9:00am - 1:00pm
Upon purchase of this course, you will be prompted with the course cirriculum to fill out the registration form and select the seminar date
Grief and bereavement can have vast presentation in a mental health setting. Understanding the context and needs of the individual client are paramount to best supporting the grief process. This live seminar will go in depth to break down the assessment of client contexts and understanding of theories and current research on grief, loss, and bereavement. Through in depth discussion and case studies, the course will provide a rich understanding to support counseling working with any form of grief and loss, and tools that will further help their skill set and impact on clients dealing with grief and loss.
I am a Rochester, NY licensed mental health counselor. I have been practicing in the field of mental health for nearly 9 years and I am incredibly passionate about reducing stigma for mental health and improving education and access to care. As a provider, I felt a lack of access to continuing education opportunities, which along with my five years of teaching in counselor education, came the inspiration for the Counselor Growth Center. This is a branch of my practice Kehoe Mental Health Counseling, PLLC and has been approved by NYS to offer certified CEU's. I hope to bring you continually changing and evolving course topics, self-study, live in-person, and live webinars. I also plan to grow in collaborating with the amazing colleagues and other amazing clinicians I continue to meet so they can also have a platform to engage with fellow counselors and create a community of ongoing learning. My areas of passion reside in older adults, grief, LGBTQIA, as well as my integrative approaches I take through my work. I am excited to get to know you and welcome your introductions, collaboration ideas, and communication. Cheers to sustaining our spirits to learn and best support those we care for.