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Grief Management in the Era of COVID: Implications for Social Work Practice
Facilitator: Grace Terry, MSW
SUMMARY: In the milieu of a global pandemic combined with political chaos, gun violence, and racial reckoning, social work practitioners have their own grief to manage while effectively responding to the grief of clients. This interactive presentation will offer practical guidance and ethical considerations for today’s helping professional.
At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to discuss:
1. The social work practitioner’s need for enhanced professional/peer/personal/spiritual support during and after a global pandemic;
2. Ethical considerations;
3. An alternative to outdated linear/stage theories of grief;
4. Resources for further personal/professional development.
Facilitator Bio: Grace Terry, MSW is a Grief and Resolution Coach and Mentor. She has been a social work professional for more than forty years, primarily as an entrepreneurial private practitioner. She has also worked in both for profit and non-profit agencies. Her current “legacy work” is focused on providing grief education/coaching/mentoring to helping professionals, including social service professionals, health care professionals, educators, clergy, and funeral services providers. Grace Terry is also an author – “ The Spiral Pathway of Grief.”
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