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What [Online Course]  HIDDEN GRACE: Coping with Loss and Grief
Where  Online at:   campus.educadium.com/blevins
When  Ongoing.    Sign up Today!
Description 

Grief is a universal experience.

It is a normal, multidimensional and holistic response to any significant loss, and it tremendously affects one's total well-being.  Our online course focuses on the positive aspects of grief that nurture healthy life adjustments and holistic healing.

 

The course includes the nature of the grief experience, symptoms, diagnosing various types of grief, strategies for managing grief and a special focus on effective techniques in counseling those who are grieving.  It is designed for mental health professionals, as well as anyone who desires to learn more about the grace experience embedded in loss and grief.

Cost

Certificate Only $149    Certificate with Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Credit $164

 Up-Coming

What

Human Trafficking In America: The Buying and Selling of Our Children

Presenter: Tiffany Short, LCSW, Victim Specialist, FBI

 

Audience: This program will be of interest to social workers, law enforcement officers, medical professionals, juvenile probation services, clergy and any professional working with at risk youth.

Where Ted Russell Hall, room 150, Carson Newman University,  Jefferson City, TN
When September 16, 2014 from 9:30-11:45 AM
Description  Abstract: Human trafficking generates approximately $9.5 billion yearly in the United States (United Nation). Large and small communities throughout our nation are being impacted by this crime. There are many challenges facing professionals today that are unique to this population of victimization. This presentation intends to identify those challenges and through education and interactive discussion raise awareness to this national problem.
Cost There will be a registration fee of $10 and CEU’s will be available for mental health professionals.
 

Persons may pre-register via phone (865-471-3311) or email at wbi@cn.edu

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