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Grieving While Healing: Addressing Grief and Loss in Clinical Supervision

  • August 18, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Virtual
  • 63

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"Grieving While Healing: Addressing Grief and Loss in Clinical Supervision" Webinar

August 18, 2022 ~ 12:00 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. EST

FACES Panelists Include:

Dr. Jane Simmons (President), Dr. Lourdes Araujo (Immediate Past President), Dr. Raul Machuca (Past Past President), Dr. Nicole Krateminos (Past Secretary), Dr. George Vera (Member-at-Large), and Dr. Rigaud Desir (Graduate Student Representative)


Moderated by:

Dr. Danna Demezier, LMHC, NCC (Treasurer)

1.5 CEs Offered through Florida Board of Clinical Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling and NBCC

Grief and loss are unwelcome experiences that no one can escape, especially during this ongoing season of the pandemic. Grief and loss are not required courses in the CACREP curriculum although many counselor trainees encounter it in their personal or professional life. This panel presentation explores grief and loss in clinical supervision. Panelists will discuss ways to promote resilience, foster healing, and maintain connections with supervisees who experience grief and loss when working with clients.

Learning Objectives

  • Attendees will explain at least 3 different types of grief and loss experiences that supervisees may experience during their programs or field experience.
  • Attendees will identify 2 ways to promote resilience and foster healing when working with supervisees who have experienced grief and loss.
  • Attendees will describe the importance of the supervisory alliance in maintaining connections with supervisees who experience disengagement during a time of grief and loss.
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