This is a 2-hour national webinar on working with the dying to create a sense of meaning and purpose, with a 1-hour session with a local panel of experts.
This seminar is open to anyone with an interest in end-of-life care. 3.0 hours of Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are available free for social workers, case managers, nurses, counselors, therapists, funeral directors, and other clinical staff. NOTE: Those seeking CEU’s must attend the entire program. Seating is limited, so if you are interested, please call early to reserve a seat.
Reminiscence & Life Review (Part I)
This 60 minute webinar reviews the theory and techniques behind life review and reminiscence therapies focusing on ways these techniques can assist meaning-making at the end of life. It also presents strategies that can be used in cases where life reviews may be problematic or psychologically threatening.
Dignity Enhancement Therapies, Living Eulogies & Other Meaning-Making Approaches (Part II)
This 60 minute webinar explores techniques for meaning-making at the end of life including Dignity Enhancement Therapy, Meaning-Centered Therapy, Living Eulogies and other approaches that assist persons at the end-of-life in affirming a sense of personal significance and meaning.
Local Panel Discussion (Part III)
This 60 minute discussion of the material presented during the webinars will be moderated by a local panel of end-of-life care professionals including a licensed clinical social worker, hospice chaplain, and death & dying educator.
*Note: Clinicians interested in earning the 3.0 free CEU’s must attend the entire program including the panel discussion.