Whether it’s losing a loved one or a job, we’ve all experienced a loss at some point in our lives. But ambiguous loss is different… meaning that we don’t know for certain if the person is alive… or dead? This “not knowing” can be torture for the families of those who have gone missing. And can be equally impactful to those working in the justice system trying to bring the perpetrators to justice and to support the families who need answers. Join us as licensed professional therapist Duane Bowers returns for this special, 2-hour seminar when he goes into details about:
- Theories of healthy grieving.
- Types of grief.
- Intervention guidelines
- Therapeutic goals
- Loved one is missing – therapeutic goals
- Loved one is located – therapeutic goals
- Loved one is located deceased – therapeutic goals
- What am I supposed to feel?
- Dealing with anger?
- Dealing with guilt?
- Dealing with fear?
- How can I have hope?
- Issues specific to ambiguous loss