Supporting Attachment Needs of Grieving Children – Exploring The role of health care providers with Parents and Caregivers - January 21st, 2022

Training Opportunity
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Victoria Hospice

Connect with clinical experts to improve evidence-informed psychosocial care for people affected by advancing life- limiting conditions

About this event

Welcome to Project ECHO winter 2022 psychosocial care series: Grief And Loss. The winter series host three online events occurring every-third Friday of each month, 9 - 10 am PST:

January 21, 2022 - Supporting Attachment Needs of Grieving Children – Exploring The Role of Health Care Providers with Parents and Caregivers: Emily Watson, MSW/RSW with Mary Coleman, MSW/RSW, Canuck Place Counseling and Bereavement Services

February 18, 2022 - The Embodied Experience of Young Adults and Adolescents Living with Serious Illness: Andrea Johnson, MSW/RSW Canuck Place Counseling and Bereavement Services

March 18, 2022 - Loss After Toxic Substance Poisoning: Victoria Hospice Community Support Team

The sessions are open to Social Workers, Counsellors, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and Spiritual Health Practitioners, who provide care to adults, children and families affected by advancing life-limiting conditions and/or bereavement.

** IMPORTANT: the sessions are created by Pallium Canada and hosted by BC Centre for Palliative Care, Canuck Place Children's Hospice and Victoria Hospice Society. In your registration form you will be asked whether you consent to Pallium Canada's research policies. Pls, read the policies here: http://pallium.ca/infoware/Consent_For_Research_Data_Collection_v2.pdf

For questions, assistance or details, pls contact Jolanta Vaitekonyte, Education and Research Facilitator at Victoria Hospice Society: jolanta.vaitekonyte@islandhealth.ca