Reproductive Grief Care (Virtual Workshop)

Thursday, April 22 2021 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM [EDT]

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Thursday, April 22 2021 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM [EDT]

Vision 30

and

Patrick Henry Family Services

is excited to bring you

Reproductive Grief Care Training

 

Broaden your understanding of grief and loss after miscarriage and abortion 

Explore how to be a safe place for hurting men and women 

Provide healing resources to help those in your community 

 

Disenfranchised Grief & Reproductive Story 

A. Impact on Men, Women and Families 

- Reproductive loss in the United States 

- Perinatal Grief Scale Studies 

- Stories from men 

B. Disenfranchised Grief [Doka] 

- Grief not culturally acknowledged 

- Impact on grieving process 

- Impact on helpers 

C. Reproductive Story [Jaffe & Diamond] 

- Bonding begins before conception 

- Meaning of Loss 

- Depth of Loss 

Reproductive Grief & Loss  

D. What Grieving Looks Like 

- Healthy grief [Jaffe & Diamond] 

- Tasks of grieving [Worden] 

- Find enduring connection 

E. What Healing Looks Like 

- Healing Pathways 

- Identify losses 

- Letting go of the pain 

Being a Safe Place  

F. Enfranchising Grief 

- Acknowledge loss 

- Validate Grief 

- Best practices 

G. Next Steps 

- Self-care 

- Resources: digital, printed, help-lines, local help

About the speaker:

Rebecca Capuano, MSW

 

Rebecca currently serves as Client Services Manager at the Blue Ridge Women’s Center, a pregnancy medical clinic in Roanoke, Virginia. She also coordinates the Center’s reproductive loss services and provides training in reproductive loss throughout the country as a certified trainer in Reproductive Grief Care with Life Perspectives out of San Diego, California. Rebecca holds a Master of Social Work degree from East Carolina University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Spanish from Carson-Newman College. Rebecca has functioned in both direct care and administrative roles in service to at-risk populations throughout her career, including managing group homes for at-risk youth and developing a juvenile day treatment program in Wilmington, North Carolina. 

 

 

 

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