Live Online Training
Grief and Its Complications:
Meaning Crises in the Landscape of Loss
Earn Credits for 1 Core Course for
all PI Certification Programmes
and 2 Case Studies toward
Certification in Grief Therapy as Meaning Reconstruction
Offered by the Portland Institute.
In the course of counselling, you may come across clients who experienced unwelcomed transitions in life or lost their loved ones through death. This training will equip you with the fundamental understanding of grief and loss as a meaning crisis from the meaning reconstruction framework, as well as how to assess grievers’ adaptation and needs for support in the aftermath. A tripartite model encompassing a trauma-informed perspective to the event story of loss, an attachment-informed perspective to the relationship story between the griever and the lost object, and a resilience-informed perspective to the personal story of self will be introduced. Specific attention would be given to various high-risk profiles and warning signs that indicate possible complications in grief, as well as how complications may manifest in different manners for different grievers.
To describe the multifaceted manifestation of grief reactions
To conceptualize the impacts of loss from a tripartite model’s perspectives
To identify high-risk griever profiles using an integrative assessment framework
To differentiate complications in grief from adaptive coping with grief
GRIEF COUNSELLING FUNDAMENTALS COVERED
Common grief reactions and the determinants
A tripartite model of grief counselling based on meaning reconstruction framework
Formulation of assessment and intervention foci in grief counselling
Identification of high-risk groups and warning signs for complications in grief
Carolyn Ng, PsyD, FT
GRIEF TRAINING 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 a trained end-of-life doula and advanced care planning facilitator. She is also trained in the Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, USA, community crisis response by the National Organisation for Victim Assistance (NOVA), USA, as well as Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) by LivingWorks, Canada. Her recent writing concerns meaning-oriented narrative reconstruction with bereaved families, with an emphasis on conversational approaches for fostering new meaning and action.Find out more at: www.anchorage-for-loss.org.
GRIEF TRAINING WORKSHOP DETAILS
Dates: 10-11 July 2023
Time: 9am - 5pm
Online Delivery through Zoom
For enquiries, please call: 6425-2422
Regular Fee: SGD$725
Early Bird: SGD$650
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EARLY BIRD till 31 May 2023
Just SGD$650 for 2-day workshop!
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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.