The Center for Loss and Bereavement is committed to providing quality education for professionals who work with people who have experienced the death of a loved one or are facing a life-threatening illness. Our current training is:
- Presented by Master’s prepared professionals who are Certified in Thanatology (CT) by the Association of Death Education and Counseling
- Approved for 2 CEU credits by the PA State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors
Addiction Aftermath Webinar
Thursday, June 11, 2020
12 pm-2 pm
The opioid epidemic has brought the pain and struggle of addiction to the forefront. While the incidence of death from opioids is rising and is certainly more visible now than ever before, death from all types of addiction can be devastating to families. We will explore death by addiction from the perspective of the survivor and how to help them cope with this complicated loss. How can we help them adjust to the challenges they face and process their response to loss, which is often isolating and confusing.
Cost: $30 (required at the time of registration)
Please complete the registration form (below) and click on the following link to submit payment. For questions, please call Ashley Herr at 610-222-4110, ext. 123 or email to email@example.com.
Registration confirmations are sent via email within three days of receipt. If you have not received confirmation within five days of the training, please call the Center at 610-222-4110, ext. 123 to verify. Information about the Center is available on the website at www.bereavementcenter.org
Training will be held in the ZOOM platform. You will receive a link to join the ZOOM training call in your email prior to the training date.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received at least five working days before the workshops are refundable, less a $20.00 administrative charge per registrant. If cancellations are received later, a credit will be issued toward future trainings. If you register and do not attend, you are liable for full payment. Substitutions are welcome. The expense of continuing education, when taken to maintain and improve professional skills, may be tax-deductible. Contact your accountant for details