Spring Conference – Treating Complicated Mourning Following Traumatic Bereavement: Addressing the Trauma-Loss Synthesis by Therese Rando, PhD

3 CE Credits

Complicated mourning created in the wake of sudden, traumatic death – such as from acute illnesses or medical events; accidents or disasters; homicide (including terrorism or war); or suicide – challenges the clinician. The twin tasks of trauma mastery and loss accommodation are often impeded by the trauma-loss combination that is presented to the mourner by such deaths, in which each element of the duo can compromise and/or potentiate the other. Through analysis of an in-depth case presentation, Dr. Rando will explore the clinical issues that become entangled and outline the steps to take to therapeutically treat traumatic bereavement.


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Date(s) - April 7, 2018
8:30 am - 12:00 pm

The Hope Club (please no jeans/sneakers)
6 Benevolent St.
Providence, RI

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