Package Description

 COVID 19 and Psychologists: Strategies to Help Ourselves and Those We See

Homestudy Publication

Author: Ralph D Dell’Aquila, EdD

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NARRATIVE:

While the Center for Disease Control (CDC) mandates have been modified recently, the effects of the pandemic on grief are noteworthy and every country around the world has had after- effects with respect to COVID-19. Navigating COVID-19 grief is relevant for psychologists on both personal and professional levels. Psychologists can help people positively reconstruct grief, and this can lead towards a renewed sense of hope and post- traumatic growth.

Learning Objectives:

Please include a list of learning objectives (3 or more) for the presentation. 

  1. Identify Sources of Post Traumatic Growth as It Relates to COVID 19/Pandemic
  2. Distinguish Between Different Forms of Grief (i.e, disenfranchised grief, complicated/prolonged grief disorder)
  3. Discuss Adaptive Coping Strategies for Psychologists to Deal with COVID 19 and Post Pandemic

Level of Learning

Introductory – No prior knowledge of the specific topic is required 

Target Audience

Psychologists

NJPA Members: $10 | Non-Members $20
Homestudy Fee includes CE certificate.

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