Certified Grief Informed Professional Training
On-Demand Pre-Recorded Training
Understanding the different types of grief and its impact on treatment is crucial when working with clients who are grieving. Clinicians often struggle with identifying the different types of grief to better support their clients who are experiencing the grieving process. Key constructs, their origins, and impact will be discussed.
This training will empower clinicians with the tools to be able to conceptualize grief using diverse grief models. Attendees will be able to identify ethical dilemmas related to working with the terminally ill, minors, and end-of-life.
Upon completion of this self-paced on-demand Category II training, you will be eligible to become a Certified Grief Informed Professional (CGP) through Evergreen Certifications. Certification lets colleagues, employers, and caregivers know that you’ve invested the extra time and effort necessary to understand the complexities of grief counselling. Professional standards apply. Visit www.evergreencertifications.com/cgp for details.
About the Course
On-Demand Pre-Recorded Training
Recorded Nov 2021
Credit Hours- See Full Details Below
NBCC Credit Hours
MD Social Work
DC Social Work
FREE 1st Year Certification Through Evergreen Certifications
1 Year Online Course Access
Downloadable Course Workbook
Continuing Education Credit Hours (not eligible for NBCC)
Mental health professionals including social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, licensed addictions counselors
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Tiffani Dilworth, MA, LCPC
Tiffani Dilworth, MA, LCPC, is a successful psychotherapist, author, and sought -after speaker who addresses topics related to grief, PTSD, and sexual assault. She is a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist. She has worked across the US with various organizations, schools, universities, and corporations to bring awareness to the grieving process and concrete tools to learn how to live alongside grief. Miss Dilworth is known for her innovative and story-telling presentation style. Her passion leads her to intensive studying of grief and continuous searches for new ways to support and share therapeutic techniques to support others in their grieving process.
Miss Dilworth has an extensive history of working alongside non-profit organizations that provide supportive workshops, conferences, and support groups to men, women, and teens who’ve experienced grief and/or sexual assault. She was a Co-host on Beyond Clarity Radio Show, on WTAN 106.1 FM in Clearwater, FL, as a Mental Health Expert. Miss Dilworth currently conducts grief workshops and hosts, Managing My Grief Podcast, to provide support to individuals who want to learn more about grief and ways to manage their own grief.
Miss Dilworth is the author of 11 Tools to Help Manage the Aftermath of Trauma and Types of Grief. She has a private practice and is an affiliate of PsychExperts & Associates Inc, located in Baltimore, MD. Miss Dilworth draws equally from her studies and rich clinical experience to balance her trainings with current information and experienced-based techniques.
After attending this training, participants will be able to...
Identify the different types of grief and their symptoms
Describe the impact different types of grief can have on treatment
Summarize the way different grief models conceptualize grief and the clinician’s role
Recall how grief can impact across the lifespan
Give examples of ethical dilemmas related to working with the terminally ill, minors, families and end-of-life