INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP FOR

PROCESSING, LOSS, GRIEF AND MOURNING

Reverand Stephen Paul Adler Ph.D., CGP, B.C.E.T.S., NBFCH

Learn important tools and interventions when working with yourself or clients who are suffering with loss, grief, and mourning.




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How to move forward?

Everything is fleeting in life. Nothing is permeant. Everything changes. We don’t know when we are going to lose something or someone. Be it the death of a loved one, or pet, the loss of a job, our identity, a breakup, or moving to another city or country.

The scar of loss will always be part of our history, but it need not imped our moving forward in our life.

Each person reacts in their own unique way when suffering a loss. Like all feelings, grief needs to be lived, felt, and understood, so we that we can discover and build a new meaning for our life.

Mourning becomes a process and an opportunit


CREATING A SPACE FOR LOSS, GRIEF AND MOURNING

Even though the pain of grief is often intense and seems overwhelming, it is possible to find ways to process the loss in a measured, effective, and transformative ways.

The pandemic has only multiplied our losses. It is necessary to ‘open up’ to process the difficulty feelings associated with some many of the harsh changes that our impacting our lives today. If past as well as present losses in our lives are not expressed and processed, they will eventually turn into Post Traumatic Stress! What we process and come to peace within the present moment determines our future.

Seeking to assist the bereaved in building a new sense of their life ( a new identity) as well as developing coping resources to manage future loss, ACT Institute has prepared this workshop for you to learn specific interventions and attitudes, promoting a more effective healing process in your clients.


What will you experience in this workshop?

  • How to identify and bring awareness to your own losses that have not been processed and that could interfere with you facilitating the mourning process in clients.
  • How to identify and bring awareness to your own losses that have not been processed and that could interfere with you facilitating the mourning process in clients.
  • How to identify the losses of clients that have not been processed and are keeping them trapped in their lives.
  • What aspects of loss need to be dealt with in therapy.
  • How loss causes instability and dysregulation and what can be done to provide stability and increase tolerance for the internal chaos caused by the loss.
  • Necessary components of mourning process for healing to occur.
  • Emotions that arise as part of the grieving process: Pain, anger, hostility, sadness, tears, blame helplessness.
  • Transforming grief from a negative to a positive.
  • The importance of mourning rituals and how to co-create unique rituals with your client.
  • Important differences between men and women in the grieving process.
  • Specific exercises that facilitate the grieving process.
  • How to be stay present with your clients during the mourning process.
  • Help your clients be prepared for occasional relapses.


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With the International Training on Dealing with Loss and Grief you will:

  • How to identify and bring awareness to your own losses that have not been processed and that could interfere with you facilitating the mourning process in clients.
  • How to identify the losses of clients that have not been processed and are keeping them trapped in their lives.
  • What aspects of loss need to be dealt with in therapy.
  • How loss causes instability and dysregulation and what can be done to provide stability and increase tolerance for the internal chaos caused by the loss.
  • Necessary components of mourning process for healing to occur.
  • Emotions that arise as part of the grieving process: Pain, anger, hostility, sadness, tears, blame helplessness.



Who is this training for?

For psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists and mental health practioners, and professionals working with loss. 100% live and online


What clinicians say concerning this workshop.

“It was a fantastic experience, the experience shared by the participants, and brought a suspiring range of knowledge and personal awareness to me. The dynamic presentation, experiential exercises and resources presented really enabled me to better understand and work effectively with clients going through their process of mourning.

This course brought me specific knowledge to work on this theme-loss, grief and mourning. It expanded my resources in working with my clients especially delivering possibilities according to their unique individual needs.

Antonio Vidal de Lima

“ I was inspired. I still don’t have a word that can do justice to describe the sensations and changes that have been triggered and are still processing for me. Listen to the pain of others and the honor of seeing Dr. Adler share his personal experience with me has enriched my work and I know I am now better able to deal with my own pain and the pain of my clients.

I found the series of Trances sensational, leading to a unique living experience for me. The Trances invited me to visit unknown places where some grief lived that I never had imagined were within me and best of all, the workshop opened up new perspectives to ease the pain of grief helping it to become transformative”.

Claudia Regina Teixeira Soares


Who will deliver this training?

Ph.D. Stephen Paul Adler

Senior Authority in Psychoanalysis, Ph.D. in Psychology and Post-Doctorate in Post-Traumatic Stress. His work and commitment have earned him certification in 19 different psychotherapy techniques and worldwide recognition as an expert in Ericksonian Hypnosis.

During the last 30 of 50 years of clinical practice, Stephen has delved deeply into the teachings of Milton H. Erickson, mastering and perfecting the technique of hypnosis. The full knowledge of the Ericksonian philosophy and professional experience with psychological trauma encouraged him to develop the Neurobiological Trauma Resolution, a special approach for healing various psychological traumas.

Dr. Paul Adler has taught at New York University, New School for Social Research, National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, and the National Institute for Psychotherapies; and served as international director of the New York Milton H. Erickson Society for Psychotherapy and Hypnosis.

And in addition to his entire curriculum, Adler’s mission is to bring Ericksonian Hypnosis to all regions of Brazil with excellence. So don’t miss the opportunity to learn from a world-renowned authority.

Learn interventional tools to assist the bereaved in building a new meaning after the loss

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

HOW TO DEAL WITH LOSS AND GRIEF 

100% ONLINE AND LIVE

October 02 and 03


U$397,00


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I can no longer participate in this course, what do I do?

As per our cancellation and refund policy, you can request cancellation and full refund of the tuition fee within 7 days of payment. However, after the 7-day period, in the event of cancellation within 30 days before the on-site course, a fine of 50% of the total amount will be charged. In the event of cancellation within 15 (fifteen) days before the on-site course, a fine of 70% of the total amount will be charged. In the event of cancellation up to 7 days before the on-site course, there will be no refund and, if there are installments pending payment, they must be paid normally, regardless of cancellation request. The absence or delay of the participant on the day of the course or on one of the days, will not entitle the participant to a bonus, discount or transfer of registration.


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