Grief Counselling Training

in Singapore

Anticipatory Grief and Loss (Part II):

Journeying with the Family of Those with Terminal Illness

12-13 August 2020

Presented by

Carolyn Ng, PsyD, FT, MMSAC, RegCLR

Associate Director, Portland Institute for Loss and Transition

Fellow in Thanatology, Association of Death Education and Counseling

Therapist, Anchorage for Loss and Transition

 EARLY BIRD till 15 Jun 2020

Just SGD$650 for 2-day workshop!

In the course of counselling, you may come across clients who foresee their impending loss of their loved ones through different terminal illnesses.  This training will introduce meaning-oriented perspectives of anticipatory grief and separation anxiety as experienced by the family of those with terminal illness.  It will also equip you with meaning reconstructive tools to support the affected family members in the face of their looming separation from their loved one. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Examine the threat of separation from meaning-oriented perspectives

  • Develop necessary skills in facilitating family’s coping in the face of impending loss and separation

GRIEF COUNSELLING FUNDAMENTALS COVERED

  • Understanding of anticipatory grief and separation anxiety from meaning-oriented perspectives

  • Pre-loss risk assessment for complications in post-loss adjustments

  • Application of meaning reconstructive intervention tools

    • Virtual Dream Stories for the anticipatory loss

    • Recomposing self in light of separation

    • Our Songs of Life

 Details related to Certification Credits will be updated soon. 

Interested in

Anticipatory Grief and Loss (Part I)?

Check out the other 2-day workshop on

Journeying with the Dying

on 1-2 Jun 2020. 

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Carolyn Ng, PsyD, FT

GRIEF TRAINING FACULTY​

Presenting Faculty

Carolyn Ng, PsyD, FT, MMSAC, RegCLR maintains a private practice, Anchorage for Loss and Transition, for training, supervision and therapy in Singapore, while also serving as an Associate Director of the Portland Institute.  Previously she served as Principal Counsellor with the Children’s Cancer Foundation in Singapore, specialising in cancer-related palliative care and bereavement counselling.  She is a registered counsellor, master clinical member and approved supervisor with the Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC), a Fellow in Thanatology with the Association of Death Education and Counselling (ADEC), USA, as well as a consultant to a cancer support and bereavement ministry in Sydney, Australia.  She is certified in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Narrative Therapy, and holds an MA in Pastoral Ministry from Trinity Theological Seminary in the USA.  Find out more at: www.anchorage-for-loss.org.

GRIEF TRAINING WORKSHOP DETAILS

Dates:  12-13 August 2020​ (Wed-Thu)

Time:   9am - 5pm

Venue:  Academy of Human Development (AHD)

                43 Middle Road, #03-00, Boon Sing Building,

                Singapore 188952

                [Near to Bugis MRT Station - see map]

Tel:       6425-2422

WORKSHOP FEE

Regular Fee: SGD$725

Early Bird (till 15 Jun 2020): SGD$650

Pending VCF approval

 EARLY BIRD till 15 Jun 2020

Just SGD$650 for 2-day workshop!

For workshop enquiries and registration, please email davegoh@ahd.com.sg.

For certification enquiries, please email carolyn@portlandinstitute.org.

In collaboration with the Academy of Human Development (AHD) in Singapore, PI provides multiple training series in Meaning Reconstruction Grief Therapy for professionals from diverse disciplines.  

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