Registration has opened for trainings one and two in a five-part series on treatments and clinical approaches to loss, bereavement, and grief. Hosted by the NASW Virginia and Metro DC chapters, the courses can be taken individually, in sets, or altogether. Registration for each 1.5-CE training ends two days before the event, and space is limited.
The instructors, led by Dr. Jill Harrington, are nationally known experts in various aspects of clinical management and treatment of grief.
Training 1: Jan. 21, noon-1:30 p.m. ET. “What Social Workers Can Learn from the Life and Service of Captain America”
Training 2: February 25 - Exploring Grief in the Black Community through the Eyes of the Black Panther, Tashel Bordere, PhD.
Superhero Grief: The Transformative Power of Loss, Jill Harrington-LaMorie, DSW, LCSW. Date to come.
Being Your Own Neighborhood Spiderman: Bereavement and Advocacy Efforts, Joyal Muhleron, MS. Date to come.
Art-Informed Grief Therapy and How the Flash Could Benefit from Restorative, Retelling, Sharon Strouse. Date to come.