(2 CEUs) Grief and Loss in the Time of Corona

Wednesday, 24 March 2021 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

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Wednesday, 24 March 2021 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

2 Clinical CE credits

Grief and Loss in the Time of Corona  

Grief and Loss in the Time of Corona  

Our communities currently are experiencing so much loss, and have been over the past year. Through Zoom (full group and breakout rooms), this workshop will explore the elements of communal and individual loss through the lens of Corona.  Our sense of community has drastically changed for so many, and it will be good to share and also learn from others what is working in establishing and maintaining connectivity and community.  

You will learn and be able to:

• How communal grief & loss are present in our overall communities & be able to integrate this understanding in our work and practice

• A general overview of grief & loss and able to describe where you may be on the grief spectrum

• The importance of rituals in grief work & be able to list at least 5 ways to establish rituals in  a virtual setting

• Biblio resources that you will be able to share with adults and children

 
 

Presenter: Joseph F. Anastasio, (LCSW-C) Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Delaware and Maryland

Joseph is currently a psychotherapist providing clinical services to children, adults, couples and families in Delaware.  He is also a trained facilitator with the “Alternatives to Violence Project” (AVP) in the Delaware prison system.   Joseph recently completed a position as the “Transition Coordinator – School to Work” for Baltimore City Schools, working with older youth with disabilities and IEPs.  Before assuming this role, Joseph worked for The Arc Baltimore as Assistant Executive Director of Family & Children Services and also as the Director of Residential Services.   During this time, Joseph has also provided psychotherapeutic services to youth, adults and couples.  He has taught courses in special education at various local colleges in Baltimore and volunteered in Baltimore City as a trained mediator.    He has facilitated workshops on grief and bereavement, informed consent and working with families.  During 2020 and beyond, Joseph has co-facilitated workshops on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA).  Joseph heralds from New York City, where he received his MS in Special Education from Hunter College, and also holds an MSW from the University of Maryland School Of Social Work.  Being raised in Brooklyn, he is always on the look-out for the quintessential slice of pizza.

 
 

Zoom information will be emailed to you after you register.

CE certificates will be e-mailed within 7 days of successful completion of the webinar.

 

Cost for this course:

NASW Member Price: FREE

Regular Price: $42



* If you require special accommodations to permit your attendance, please submit a written request along with a completed registration form and payment at least 30 days prior to the registration deadline. Requests received after the deadline may not be able to be processed or fulfilled in time for the event.

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National Association of Social Workers-Delaware

For more information, contact Makyla Burke at mburke.naswde@socialworkers.org or call 302-251-9212 x 127

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Joseph F. Anastasio, (LCSW-C) Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Delaware and Maryland. Joseph is currently a psychotherapist providing clinical services to children, adults, couples and families in Delaware. He is also a trained facilitator with the “Alternatives to Violence Project” (AVP) in the Delaware prison system. Joseph recently completed a position as the “Transition Coordinator – School to Work” for Baltimore City Schools, working with older youth with disabilities and IEPs. Before assuming this role, Joseph worked for The Arc Baltimore as Assistant Executive Director of Family & Children Services and also as the Director of Residential Services. During this time, Joseph has also provided psychotherapeutic services to youth, adults and couples. He has taught courses in special education at various local colleges in Baltimore and volunteered in Baltimore City as a trained mediator. He has facilitated workshops on grief and bereavement, informed consent and working with families. During 2020 and beyond, Joseph has co-facilitated workshops on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA). Joseph heralds from New York City, where he received his MS in Special Education from Hunter College, and also holds an MSW from the University of Maryland School Of Social Work. Being raised in Brooklyn, he is always on the look-out for the quintessential slice of pizza.

About Joseph F. Anastasio,

MS, LCSW