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About the workshop: 

Description and Objectives

There is an average of 135 people impacted by one suicide, and approximately 11 people within that impact radius being completely devastated by the loss of someone they love and/or are closely related to. Those individuals are then at increased risk of suicide due to the unmanageable level of grief complicated by trauma. It’s important for mental health professionals to be able properly assess, diagnose, and treat those impacted by suicide to reduce the risk of future suicide. Within families, you can often see the generational impact of trauma that one suicide can leave behind for generations to come if not properly addressed and treated. This program will help clinicians better serve survivors within a group counseling setting to protect the future generations from this immense loss.

Objective 1:  Participants will learn how to address the impact of suicide on the family system within a group counseling setting and address group members’ grief processes and how it affects associated relationships.

Objective 2: Participants will effectively assess and diagnosis grief/ trauma related to suicide loss.


Objective 3: Participants will learn how to support suicide loss survivors in a way that educates and empowers them toward healing.

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