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Grief and Complicated Grief for the Mental Health Professional

  • December 10, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Zoom Video Conference
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DESCRIPTION

This 90-minute seminar will examine both normal and complicated grief. The course will increase your skill set and understanding of the therapeutic complexities when working with clients who are struggling with this existential human process. We will look at ways complicated grief is qualitatively different and guide you in therapeutic interventions to help you help your clients move through grief in a healthy way.

OBJECTIVES
1) Learn specific therapeutic steps to help your clients manage grief in healthy ways.

2) Increase your skill set working with and understanding the therapeutic complexities of complicated grief.

3) Learn skills to help manage yourself when grief is triggered in you.

PRESENTER

Mark R. Hoagland, MA, LMHC, CHT
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Mark has been a speaker and trainer since 2014 teaching 6 ½ hour seminars on how to assess and manage suicide risk to Social Workers, Licensed mental health counselors and community health staff. He has led training for organizations including the National Association of Social workers, Compass Health, and the Veteran Training Support Center. He was the trainer for a 4 hour seminar on grief which was mandatory to all King County crisis line workers before they could work on the lines.

Mark is the Director of the Everett Vet Center, a federal agency that serves veterans dealing with the wounds of war trauma and military sexual trauma. Mark works directly with these veterans as a psychotherapist, while also supervising a team of therapists and leading staff. Previously to this position for over 8 years Mark worked as a Supervisor, Crisis Intervention Specialist and trainer at the King County Crisis Clinic. For 7 years he was the facilitator of the King County Survivors of Suicide grief groups working with people who have had a loved one complete suicide. He has a private psychotherapy practice in the Ravenna neighborhood in Seattle. 

He earned BA degrees in both Psychology and International Economics from the University of Washington as well as a MA ed from Seattle University with a focus in counseling. Mark’s experience as a therapist includes working with crisis management, trauma, PTSD, complicated grief, suicide, sexual trauma, veteran issues and couples counseling.

CEUs offered
1.5 cue's

Schedule

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Program 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


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