Fort Collins, CO – The Center for Loss and Life Transition provides quality bereavement care training for caregivers. Dr. Wolfelt’s seminars have evolved out of a demand for concise yet comprehensive information in the growing area of death education and counseling. If you want to learn practical ways to “companion” people in grief from one of North America’s most respected bereavement educators and clinicians, these learning opportunities are for you. These seminars are designed to meet the needs of people from a variety of backgrounds, including hospice staff and volunteers, mental health care providers, social workers, clergy, school personnel, funeral directors, nurses and physicians, students and other interested professionals, as well as lay people.
The 2019 course offerings and dates are as follows:
January 14-17 Counseling Skills Fundamentals – Scottsdale, AZ
February 4-7 Creating Meaningful Funeral Ceremonies – Scottsdale, AZ
April 1-4 Living with Meaning and Purpose in Your Life
May 6-9 Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning
June 3-6 Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training
June 17-20 Counseling Skills Fundamentals
July 8-11 Helping Children & Adolescents Cope with Grief
July 22-25 Exploring Spiritual Dimensions of Death, Grief, and Mourning
August 5-8 Support Group Facilitator Training
August 26-29 PTSD: Companioning the Traumatized Griever
September 9-12 Exploring the Shadow of the Ghosts of Grief
October 7-10 Suicide Grief: Companioning the Mourner
November 4-7 Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training – Scottsdale, AZ
December 9-12 Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning – Scottsdale, AZ
Dr. Alan Wolfelt is a noted author, educator, and grief counselor. A past recipient of the Association for Death Education and Counseling’s Death Educator Award, he serves as the director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Fort Collins, CO. He is the author of numerous books on grief and loss and also serves on the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical School in the Department of Family Medicine.
For further information or to receive a comprehensive catalog of these trainings, visit www.centerforloss.com, or contact [email protected] or phone 970-226-6050.