Grand Rounds : Disenfranchised Grief | 2 CE Credits

Attendees will learn about concepts and aspects of disenfranchised grief along with grief-oriented therapy interventions to apply in their psychotherapy practice with clients.

CARE Psychotherapy Training Videos are intended solely for educational purposes for mental health professionals. Viewers are expected to treat confidential material found herein according to professional guidelines. Unauthorized viewing is prohibited. 

Level of programming is Intermediate: assumes general familiarity with the topic.  

This Grand Rounds is designed to help participants: 

1) Explore through the lens of disenfranchised grief and loss. 
2) Learn pertinent grief and loss concepts, grieving styles, myths and misconceptions. 
3) Discuss the impact of disenfranchised loss on the grieving process. 
4) Explain the role of culture, secondary losses, and co-occurring disorders with grief and disenfranchised loss. 
5) Understand the conceptualization of disenfranchised grief through the application of grief and loss theories. 
6) Identify interventions in which professionals can work with the grieving process for disenfranchised losses.

The presentation is designated for CARE Counseling mental health professionals (LP, LPC/LPCC, MFT/LMFT, LGSW/LICSW, LADC), pre-licensed mental health practitioners, and students. 

CARE Counseling is board-approved to sponsor continuing education. CARE maintains responsibility for this program and its content. 

For more information on CARE sponsored continuing education offerings click here 

About the Presenter: 

Fiyyaz Karim is a resident faculty member in the Master of Professional Studies in Integrated Behavioral Health and Addictions Counseling programs at the University of Minnesota. Prior to working in higher education, Dr. Karim was employed in community mental health outpatient settings, many addressing the needs of marginalized communities. His clinical interests include grief and loss, social justice issues, health psychology, and trauma. Fiyyaz currently serves as a community consultant and has conducted professional training sessions and workshops on diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI) areas including microaggressions, implicit biases, cultural appropriation, and identity development. Dr. Karim has done clinical work and research in grief and loss, with a focus on disenfranchised losses such as unemployment, divorce (or relationship losses), chronic illness, addictions, and more recently losses with the pandemic. *The speaker has indicated no conflict of interest and there was no commercial support for this training. 

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Grand Rounds: Disenfranchised Grief | 2 CE Credits

CARE Counseling is approved by the Board of Psychology to sponsor continuing education. CARE maintains responsibility for this program and its content. It is the responsibility of each learner to verify that continuing education earned at CARE or elsewhere meets the requirements for their State and individual license. 

To receive 2 CE credit(s): Clinicians will need to attend the full training and obtain a passing post test score (max of 3 attempts allotted).  CARE maintains attendance records of all continuing education event attendees for a period of at least three years.  

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