In my early years of my career, I had the opportunity to meet families and individuals who suffered from loss due to complex and grave causes, such as suicide or homicide.
Frank R. Campbell – Treating Complicated Bereavement
DEVELOPMENT AND SOLUTION TO A CRISIS
- How Crisis Theory is a guide to understanding your client’s loss journey
- The self-Defined nature of crisis development when faced with loss
- The ‘contributaries’ That facilitates complex grief
- The role of maladaptivecoping
- Role of alcohol and substance abuse (prescription or recreational)
- Clients who have to deal with complicated causes of death. How to reduce their risk
- Equipment to assist the grieving take control of their journey:
- Learn how their loss turned into memorable moments
- Steps that lead towards Post-Traumatic Growth over pathological grieving
- Identify suicidal thoughts and suicidal ambivalence. Develop a plan to lower your risk
- Self-Care exercises for client and clinician
PREPARING HOW TO TREAT TRAUMATIC AND SUDDEN LOSS
- Community members are most often faced with traumatic and sudden loss
- The effects of sudden and traumatic losses on:
- Children (including the impact on child growth)
- Families and the potential to last-term negative consequences
- Equipment for:
- Help those in need of additional treatment.
- Refer to the evidence and resources available-Based practices
- Support and treatment for the first and later stages of life.
- Ethical conflicts that pose a risk of countertransference
SUDDEN TOOLS FOR HEALING AND TRAUMATIC LOSS
- What metaphors can do
- Aid in the initial assessment of the client’s status
- The treatment of trauma loss can benefit both the client and the therapist.
- Help people understand the complexities of grief and traumatic losses
- Here are some examples of metaphors clients use
- Empowering clients to use metaphors will activate their informal support network
- The Active Postvention Model
- History of LOSS Team Concept
- Preparing your community for the activation of LOSS team model
- Loss Team first responders are responsible for the treatment and prevention of trauma.
ELICITING COMMUNICATION WHICH CORE FEELINGS SUPPORT CONGRUENCY
- Benefits of getting back to basics
- The language of grief needs to reflect congruent emotions
- Psycho-Educational Intervention
- The difficulty in communication between bereaved people and their informal caregivers has been caused by the substitution of thoughts.
- How clients can be more specific in communicating their needs
- Implementing psychoeducational interventions into your grief practice
- Equipment for:
- Overcoming obstacles to hearing the emotions below the content of a client’s grief communication
- Clear communication requires overcoming obstacles
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The Canyon of Why: A journey through
In my early years of my career, I encountered families and individuals who suffered from loss due to complex and grave causes, such as suicide or homicide. Many of these people had tried unsuccessfully to find help from local grief support services. As a Certified Thanatologist as well as a Forensic Suicidologist I was worried about the inability to understand what these clients were going through.
For the past thirty years I have worked with clients to learn the best techniques and befriend their grief process. Following both man and woman, I work with grief responses.-Made and natural causes of death have enabled me to provide a way for others to help the newly grieving people recover faster.
In this recording, I will share what has helped clients, both in the United States and internationally to heal from that universal experience we refer to as sudden and traumatic loss. I will show you how to fill your therapeutic bag with clinical strategies that can be used to help clients and you safely navigate the complicated grief journey.
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