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Understanding a Child’s Journey through Grief and Loss from Birth to Late Adolescence: A two part series

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This two part workshop will teach foster parents grief and the developmental stages so they help the healing journey of their children. This webinar will surely provide a clearer understanding of cognitive, emotional and physical considerations from birth to late adolescence in grief. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO LEARN TH EEFFECT OF LOSING A LOVED ONE AND FEELING DISPLACED , PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY GRIEF AND THE STAGES OF GRIEF

Course Content

Lesson

  • Lesson: Part 1
    57:01
  • Quiz: Part 1
  • Lesson: Part 2
    59:58
  • Quiz: Part 2

Student Ratings & Reviews

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Total 41 Ratings
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I really enjoyed the course it was very helpful.
K
2 years ago
Great
Great points. Very helpful
I found it to be very informative and well explained. I felt that the second part of the course was a bit harder to follow; a few more concrete examples would have helped us make the connections.
SB
2 years ago
Very informative
A
2 years ago
it was a good training, but not the most exciting
B
2 years ago
humpty dumpty was great
Great course
ME
2 years ago
This was very helpful.
T
2 years ago
Informative course!
I had some concerns with the presenter not knowing what TPR meant and some other points she made that didn’t quite make sense for foster adoptive children.
Great information
BS
2 years ago
will help in counseling prospective adoptive parents, particularly those adopting a toddler-age child
Excellent
Great info
Very useful information given.
Great information
Awesome training
Robin Nichols
2 years ago
Helpful
JP
2 years ago
enjoyed the course.
D
2 years ago
I learned some new things about how to deal with grief for children.
S
2 years ago
A lot of great information
S
3 years ago
Very informative
AS
3 years ago
I enjoyed learning about grief and its effects on various developmental stages

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