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Do you often encounter grieving people in your practice, but feel overwhelmed by their emotions, or bewildered as to how to be helpful to them? This seminar will strengthen your ability to be present with the grieving, and to help them manage the range of emotions, the life transitions, changes in identity, and struggles with loneliness that are part of loss. You will learn how to distinguish normative grief from prolonged grief disorder, and how to respond to those who have lost a loved one to sudden death, violence, or suicide. The unique opportunities for post-traumatic growth and resilience during times of loss will also be highlighted. This program is appropriate for Counselors, LPCC’s, Social Workers, Psychologists, Marriage Family Therapists, Grief Therapists, and Pastoral Counselors Dr. Christine Elliott is a Licensed Psychologist in independent practice at LifeStream, LLC, in Hudson, Ohio. She obtained her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Case Western Reserve University. She has taught graduate students in Clinical Psychology at Case Western Reserve University as an adjunct professor, and at John Carroll University as a Lecturer in the Department of Counseling. Dr. Elliott works with individuals, couples, and families using a variety of treatment approaches including Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy, Attachment-Based methods, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and EMDR. Her clinical interests include intensive skill development in couples’ therapy and integrating spirituality into psychotherapy. She regularly leads training seminars at John Carroll University and EMERGE Counseling. Dr. Elliott also consults and leads Strategic Planning for agencies and private practices.
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Cleveland State University
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Cleveland State University - Main Campus- Julka Hall
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2485 Euclid Ave
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