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HHC Webinar: Counseling Techniques & Interventions for Bereavement Professionals
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This webinar is presented by the Hospice & Home Health Care Webinar Network. presented by Gary Gardia, LCSW, APHSW-C, Executive Director APHSW

4/23/2020
When: 3:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Hospice & Home Health Care Webinar Network

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This webinar is presented by the Hospice & Home Health Care Webinar Network.
presented by Gary Gardia, LCSW, APHSW-C, Executive Director APHSW

HPCNM Member pricing: 

Live Webinar 
Recorded Webinar + Free Digital Download 
BOTH Live Webinar and Recorded Webinar + Free Digital Download
     
      Non-members, please check the pricing at registration.
 

    CE available through HPCNM for this webinar for RN's and Social Workers (Category I)

      To register, you must follow the link and register through the Hospice & Home Health Care Webinar Network. 


   
         

What is your role in providing grief counseling and support? Do you “ensure that bereavement services reflect the needs of the bereaved” as the CoPs require?

AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • Explain how counseling applies to providing bereavement services
  • Differentiate between counseling and therapy/psychotherapy
  • “Ensure that bereavement services reflect the needs of the bereaved” from Medicare CoPs
  • Apply the Dual Process Model of Grief at admission
  • Discuss the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques to address cognitive distortions, anxiety, and grief
  • Demonstrate how MI techniques can create realistic, achievable, person-centered goals and plans for the bereaved
  • Incorporate easily accessible and user-friendly mindfulness practices in the bereavement setting
  • Demonstrate each technique through case studies

WEBINAR DETAILS

There is much confusion between counseling and therapy/psychotherapy. Many bereavement professionals are also uncertain which interventions fall within their licensing and scope of practice. This webinar will clear up the confusion and explore how to translate assessments and risk assessments into methods to “ensure that bereavement services reflect the needs of the bereaved” as Conditions of Participation require. Learn to work through common and challenging situations using counseling techniques from theoretical frameworks such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), mindfulness awareness, and the Dual Process Model of Grief.

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