18 March 2022

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18 March 2022

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CASW

Key Principles of Psychosocial Practice in Death, Dying, and Bereavement

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This webinar will highlight some key psychosocial principles and explore their relevance to end of life care through stories, anecdotes, and examples.

We recognize that many psychosocial care providers, including psychologists, counsellors, and social workers are engaged in providing care and support to those people who are facing dying, death, and bereavement. Common risk factors for challenges in adjustment to illness, caregiving, and grief will be introduced, along with simple strategies that clinicians may use to assess client needs and to intervene appropriately. Resources and tools will be identified during the webinar and shared as additional resource material. Objectives: Introduce 5 key psychosocial principles in death, dying, and bereavement. Explore the 5 key principles through stories, examples, and anecdotes. Identify simple strategies and approaches that are congruent with these principles. Identify common psychosocial risk factors for people facing end of life and also risks for their friends, family members and other non-professional supports. Share useful resources for people facing death, dying, and bereavement.

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