CARE Counseling has partnered with Fiyyaz Karim, Psy.D., resident faculty member in the Master of Professional Studies in Integrated Behavioral Health and Master of Professional Studies in Addictions Counseling Programs at the University of Minnesota. Fiyyaz specializes in grief, loss, and trauma, with an emphasis on disenfranchised losses. They will share various measures to assist with grief and loss as well as unpack the components of the new Prolonged Grief Disorder in the DSM-V-TR.
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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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