Some people have healthy coping skills. They are able to experience grief without losing sight of their daily responsibilities. The grieving process is an opportunity for someone to appropriately mourn a loss and then heal. It’s facilitated by acknowledging grief, allowing time for grief to work, and finding support. Other people, however, don’t have the coping mechanisms or support they need. That lack actually hinders the grieving process, and could lead to depression. This course will illuminate some of these causalities and help you manage folks who are struggling with the grieving process and depression.
This is a 1 CEU Course and will be reflected as such on the Certificate of Completion.