It is not uncommon to wonder how we ourselves can cope with death, but where do we even begin to help others through the process?
This module will explore the nature of disenfranchised grief by understanding the language of grief and those situations where grief is difficult to express because of the nature of the loss. Disenfranchised grief can include suicide, traumatic death, and other losses that are challenging to process because they are unacknowledged, avoided, or not legitimized. The second part of this module will provide training in setting up a support recovery group. This will include guidelines for groups, intake forms, the content of a good group, and learning to be a facilitator.
You will understand the various types of disenfranchised losses in their contextual setting.
You will learn various interventions and techniques to use in addressing disenfranchised loss
You will know how to establish grief support groups
Guidelines to care for the care giver
Facilitator: Dr. Keith Taylor B.Th., M.Div., D. Min.
Keith is the director of Genesis Bereavement Resource Center and Chaplain for Palliative Care Southlake Regional Health Center. He is the minister of the Church of the Nazarene Newmarket.
Dates: March 24-25, 2017
Each module is $195.00, which includes lunch for each day. There is a full-time Tyndale student, alumni and staff 10% discount. You will need to contact the Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre to receive a discount code before registering online in order to receive this discount.