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Past Events

George Washington University Summer Institute on Grief, Loss and Life Transitions Special Seminar on VIolent Death Bereavement

July 16, 2016 9:00 AM - July 16, 2016 4:30 PM

The seminar will be featuring Dr. Ted Rynearson, founder of the Violent Death Bereavement Society.  Dr. Rynearson was recognized by the Association for Death Education and Counseling with the LifeTime Achievement award last year for his work in the field.  We are also conducting two panels in the afternoon on short-term and long-term survivor support. This is a very rare training and education opportunity for professionals and caregivers working in the field with those affected by violent death loss. Registration is limited, so we encourage you to register soon.
Professional Education:  5.0 Continuing Education Unitsand contact hours for social workers, licensed professional counselors, chaplains and careproviders.
 
Special Fee Reduction: $60.00 includes all-day training, lunch and CEUs.
 
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