Treatment Issues in Death, Loss & Grief: A Systems Perspective 

Date: Feb10th, 2017
Time: 9am – 4pm PST
Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate School, South Chapel

course for counselors, therapists and other practitioners will explore the experience of death and loss through a systems perspective, addressing the clinical applications of a family systems approach to treating various types of losses which involve the death of a loved one or family member.

A portion of this course will focus on the meaning-making process and a therapist’s role in facilitating, what is often considered a difficult and taboo topic. Additionally, participants will examine common social rules that govern the expression of grief in Western society, the role of shame, and how these constructs might shape the expression of grief.