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Monday, May 6th 2019 - Friday, May 10th 2019

Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement

Andrea Warnick, RN., MA., Liana Lowenstein, MSW., RSW., CPT-S., Lysa Toye, MSW., RSW., and Rev. Andrew Blake, Esther Rhee, MSW.
presented by SickKids CCMH Learning Institute

Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement: Learn how to provide evidence-based to support children, youth, and families grieving the dying, or death of someone they care about.

Dates: May 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10, 2019

Facilitators: Andrea Warnick, RN., MA., Liana Lowenstein, MSW., RSW., CPT-S., Lysa Toye, MSW., RSW., and Rev. Andrew Blake, Esther Rhee, MSW.

This training is suitable for: Any professional or volunteer who is in a position to influence the support received by a grieving child. This includes front-line workers and volunteers such as medical professionals, educators, clergy, social workers, administrators, residential workers, counsellors, funeral service providers and hospice volunteers.

Description: This certificate program is comprised of 5 individual learning modules that together equips participants with the skills to provide evidence-based support to children, youth, and families grieving the dying, or death of someone they care about.

Module 1 | May 6: Children at the Bedside: Preparing children for the death of someone close to them
Module 2 | May 7: When Death Darkens the Door: Supporting Bereaved Children and Youth
Module 3 | May 8: Using Mindfulness and Compassion to Support Grieving Children and Families
Module 4 | May 9: When Grief Gets More Complicated: Supporting the harder-to-serve populations
Module 5 | May 10: Dancing in the Darkness: Creative approaches to working with grieving children and youth

Each Individual Learning Module may be taken separate from the Certificate Program as stand-alone workshops however, all 5 modules must be completed to receive the certificate.

Location: SickKids CCMH Learning Institute 114 Maitland Street Toronto ON M4Y 1E1

For more information on this Certificate program, or any of the modules along with registration details: http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

Individual module details:

Children at the Bedside: Preparing children for the death of someone close to them
Date: May 6, 2019
Facilitator: Andrea Warnick, RN, MA.

This training is suitable for: Front-line workers, volunteers, medical professionals, clergy, social workers, administrators, residential workers, counsellors, funeral service providers, and hospice volunteers.

Description: This workshop will provide real-life and real death narratives to identify practical strategies that can be used to support children and youth who are experiencing the impending death of someone in their lives. Societal discomfort, myths and misconceptions surrounding the topic of children and death will be addressed through open discussion. Participants will gain practical strategies and creative approaches for preparing children for a death of someone close to them. This is Learning Module 1 of the 2019 Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.

For more information on this workshop and full registration details click: http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

When Death Darkens the Door: Supporting bereaved children and youth
Date: May 7, 2019
Facilitators: Andrea Warnick, RN, MA.

This training is suitable for: Front-line workers and volunteers, mental health professionals, medical professionals, educators, clergy, social workers, administrators, residential workers, counsellors, funeral service providers and hospice volunteers.

Description: This workshop will focus on supporting children and youth after a death has happened in their lives, regardless of whether the death was a recent event or occurred years ago. Participants will learn how to identify grief support strategies that can be used with children and youth in a wide variety of settings. Participants will leave with innovative and practical tips for helping children and youth understand the concept of death, and for supporting their grief process. The role of cultural humility in grief work and what not to say to a bereaved child or youth will be covered. This is Learning Module 2 of the 2019 Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.
For more information on this workshop and full registration details click: http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

Using Mindfulness and Compassion to Support Grieving Children and Families
Date: May 8, 2019
Facilitators: Andrea Warnick, RN, MA, and Andrew Blake.

This training is suitable for: Front-line workers and volunteers, medical professionals, educators, clergy, social workers, administrators, residential workers, counsellors, funeral service providers and hospice volunteers.

Description: This workshop will explore the concept that when awareness is balanced between self and other, compassion has a dual pathway, where our care extends both to ourselves and to those in our care. In addition to the use of compassion in clinical work, mindfulness practices that can be used with children, adolescents, and families will be explored, along with the clinician's own mindful practice. Participants will gain essential skills and strategies to develop mindfulness practices that can be incorporated into clinical work with those who are grieving a death. This is Learning Module 3 of the 2019 Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.
For more information on this workshop and full registration details click: http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

When Grief Gets More Complicated: Supporting harder-to-serve populations
Date: May 9, 2019
Facilitators: Andrea Warnick, RN., MA., Liana Lowenstein, MSW., RSW., CPT-S., and Esther Rhee, MSW.

This training is suitable for: Front-line workers and volunteers, medical professionals, educators, clergy, social workers, administrators, residential workers, counsellors, funeral service providers and hospice volunteers.

Description: This workshop will explore the concept that when awareness is balanced between self and other, compassion has a dual pathway, where our care extends both to ourselves and to those in our care. In addition to the use of compassion in clinical work, mindfulness practices that can be used with children, adolescents, and families will be explored, along with the clinician's own mindful practice. Participants will gain essential skills and strategies to develop mindfulness practices that can be incorporated into clinical work with those who are grieving a death. This is Learning Module 4 of the 2019 Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.
For more information on this workshop and full registration details click http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

Dancing in the Darkness: Creative approaches to working with grieving children and youth
Date: May 10, 2019
Facilitators: Andrea Warnick, RN, MA, and Lysa Toye, MSW, RSW.

This training is suitable for: Front-line workers and volunteers, medical professionals, educators, clergy, social workers, administrators, residential workers, counsellors, funeral service providers and hospice volunteers. Any professional who is in a position to support/influence a grieving child or youth.

Description: The emphasis in this workshop will be on supporting participants who already have a theoretical foundation in children's grief and bereavement to build their toolkit and confidence in creatively engaging with children and youth who are grieving a death. Many easy to use (and modify) creative techniques in working with grieving children and youth will be shared, and participants will have the opportunity to engage in safe, experiential activities to better understand the process of using creative approaches. This is Learning Module 5 of the 2019 Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.
For more information on this workshop and full registration details click: http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

website: http://www.cvent.com/d/ybqrvx

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