Grief and Grieving:Implications for Recovery from Trauma, Abuse, Addiction, and CodependencyA Workshop for Professionals ANDFor Those in Recovery
CEU'S AVAILABLE FOR NURSES, SOCIAL WORKERS, LMFT'S, LMHC'SWhenever an individual or family experiences trauma, abuse, addiction, or codependency, there are ALWAYS multiple painful losses, both tangible and intangible. Whenever painful losses occur, there is ALWAYS grief and grieving in reaction to these losses, whether or not there is an actual death of a person or persons.Participants in this workshop will gain a new, accurate, up-to-date understanding of grief and grieving. This understanding will be helpful to participants in their own recovery (if applicable) and will also help participants be more effective in supporting others in recovery.
Friday, November 2, 2012Workshop: 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.Crisis Center of Tampa Bay14901 Crisis Center PlazaWilcox Conference Room, Second Floor (OPTIONAL: Bring a sack lunch at NOON OR LATER- IN TIME TO FINISH YOUR LUNCH BY 1:00 - and enjoy your lunch along with informal networking.)
Grace Terry, MSWFounder, Bridge Builder's Center for Grief Education
Marilyn Bray Outreach and Empowerment CoordinatorCrisis Center of Tampa Bay
Grief and Grieving: Implications for Recovery from Trauma, Abuse, Addiction, Codependency 10.00
CEU's for Nurses, Social Workers, LMHC's, LMFT's 6.27