Loss is an inevitable experience in human life and sometimes the after-effects of significant losses can touch much deeper layers of our psyche than those described by our favorite psychological theories.
We, as therapists, do our best to help clients work through their losses, but how many of those clients can actually process the loss?
In this seminar we will cover:
Different types of loss ( anticipated, traumatic, diffuse) and their respective effects.
Which clients have the capacity to work through their loss
The conditions that either facilitate either hinder the process of mourning.