Grief in Transition Aged Youth
When: Wednesday, April 13 - 1:00 PM
Duration: 1 hours
According to Psychology Today, grief is the acute pain that accompanies loss. We may also think about grief as a process that we participate in when experiencing a loss of any kind. Grief is often overlooked in transition aged youth. Due to the frequency and intensity of change that transition aged youth experience, grief work is an important part of supporting these clients.
This webinar provides an overview of working with grief in transition aged youth. To begin, we look at different definitions of grief and examine how they offer a framework for grief work. We define the types of grief transition aged youth may experience and identify examples of each. We delineate how working with grief in transition aged youth is different than in children and adults. To conclude, we discuss 3 interventions that can be implemented when supporting transition aged youth through grief.
About the Presenter:
Hart Haragutchi is a licensed mental health counselor associate specializing in trauma and grief work. She is an IFS Level 2 trained therapist and a certified grief counseling specialist. She also writes for Choosing Therapy, focusing on providing information about trauma, grief, and life transitions in an accessible and straightforward way.