Traumatic Grief, Loss and Domestic Violence: Supporting Survivors
Grieving is a normal response to loss, whether the loss was expected, sudden, or lasting. Traumatic grief is when grief goes on longer or when it is overwhelming. Survivors of domestic violence are grieving for multiple losses, many of which go unrecognized and unacknowledged. Experiences of trauma such as domestic violence, homelessness, and sexual assault may result in compounding traumatic grief responses.
This training will provide tools to give a sense of security and consistency to adult and child survivors and offer long-term support and advocacy on their behalf. The trauma-informed practical approaches will enhance your services and empathy for those whom you serve.
Trainers: Trauma-informed experts Cindy Kuhr, L.S.W., M.Ed., C.A., C.C.R. Victim Specialist, Consultant, BCI Office of the Ohio Attorney General and Sonia Ferencik, LISW-S, RA ODVN’s Youth Advocacy, and Trauma-Informed Services Coordinator
CEUs: To obtain 2.75 CEUs, you are required to attend the entire training. You will be asked to fill out an evaluation prior to receiving a certificate of attendance.
Deadline to Register: July 26, 2021
American Sign Language interpreters will be available.
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