About the Webinar
Our clients come to us with an array of grief-related issues. In this webinar we examine how worry, anger, and guilt can take over the lives of our clients. First we will identify common worries of people in grief and learn an effective method to help our clients worry in healthy ways. Next, we will examine anger during bereavement and identify common targets, suggestions for coping with anger, and techniques for dealing with anger from others. Following this we will investigate 12 types of guilt during bereavement. We will finish with 15 suggestions for coping with guilt.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify common worries of people in grief and delineate a six-step protocol for helping bereaved worry more effectively.
- Cite common targets of anger during bereavement and discuss strategies for helping clients cope with their anger and anger directed toward them.
- List several types of guilt during bereavement and explain methods for helping the bereaved cope with guilt.
About the Presenter
Bob Baugher, Ph.D., FT is a Psychology Instructor at Highline College where he teaches courses in Psychology and Death Education. As a trainer for LivingWorks he has trained more than 1,000 people in suicide intervention. Dr. Baugher has written books and articles on grief and loss and has given more than 800 workshops across America, including England, South Africa, Namibia, Canada and the Philippines. He is the professional adviser for both the Seattle widowed support group (Widows Information and Consultation Service) and the South King County Chapter of The Compassionate Friends.
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