“Living With Uncertainty: Understanding and Coping with Ambiguous Loss”

“Living With Uncertainty: Understanding and Coping with Ambiguous Loss”

Date: March 24, 2022

Live Webinar on Zoom!

Presented by Christine Linnehan, LCPC, BC-DMT, FT is a licensed clinical professional counselor specializing in grief, loss, and trauma and Clinical Consultant with the Center. Ambiguous Loss is defined by Dr. Pauline Boss as a loss that occurs without resolution. It is characterized by doubt and a lack of clarity as well as a situation that can change at any time. This presentation will address various kinds of ambiguous loss within multiple contexts. We will explore specific principles and restorative interventions that aim to foster resilience and build personal/interpersonal resources. Research on resilience, family stress management and coping styles will be addressed. Attendees will leave the workshop with several strategies in hand ready to implement in their practices.

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