Alissa Drescher – Grief Treatment: Current Evidence Based Approaches to Care Across the Lifespan
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6 hours and 16 minutes.
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Copyright: February 5, 2020
The need for a paradigm shift in how mental health providers approach grievers is growing. The “quick fix” nature of American culture, as well as a death-denying attitude and an outdated adherence to stage theories, has resulted in a grief epidemic.
The likelihood of a formalized diagnosis for Prolonged Grief Disorder being included in the next revision of the DSM-5® is high. If this happens, clinicians will have an even greater responsibility to understand grief-related treatment modalities, assessment tools, and diagnostic criteria. Not long ago in American history, those in mourning sought solace from family and faith. However, as our society becomes less religious and loneliness increases, clinicians have a unique opportunity to stand in the gap of this crisis and provide respite for grieving people of all ages.
This recording provides grievers of all ages with quick and unique treatment tools that can be used in a variety of situations. The new complicated Grief Treatment Model will also be tested with people who have a more persistent reaction to grief. According to research, this treatment has a significantly higher response rate than interpersonal psychotherapy.
Grief Treatment: Current Evidence-Based Approaches to Care Across the Lifespan, Manual (10.6 MB) After purchase, 82 pages are available. Extra Information (197.7 KB) Three pages are available after purchase. Evaluation of Burnout (281.4 KB) Outline is available in two pages after purchase.
Beyond Kübler-Grief Ross’s Theory
Mourning Tasks Dual Process Model of Coping Continuing Bonds Potential criteria for “Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder” Theory Grief and Attachment Theory
Two imaginative interventions that articulate these theories
Situations of Bereavement
Consequences of Specific Losses
Factors Contributing to Loss
Influence of relationships
The type of death and its proximity to death
Losses due to disenfranchisement
Losses of life
Grief Counseling Techniques for People of All Ages
Adolescence and childhood
The occurrence of bereavement
Death as a developmental concept
Grief reactions and loss adaptation
Six age-appropriate creative interventions
Adulthood (young and middle)
Situations of bereavement
Life stages and individual requirements
Evaluations and interventions
The story of a family
Employ the Internal Family Systems Approach.
Six innovative interventions for middle-aged people
The kind of loss
Grief reactions and the perception of death
Treatment plans based on developmental requirements
Six innovative interventions for older adults
Current Evidence-Based Approach to Grief Treatment
A Common Trajectory Griever
Grief counseling’s limitations and effectiveness evaluation
Instruments for evaluation
Arts of expression
Model for a companion
Presence of therapeutic presence
Making room for suffering
The Client-Centered Approach’s Limitations
Complicated Griever Assessment Instruments
Model of Complicated Grief Treatment
Intervention for Bereavement and Trauma
Reconstruction of meaning
Considerations for Ethical Behavior
Social and cultural context
Bias based on gender
Obstacles to treating the family system
Grief in the digital world
Spirituality and bereavement
Anxiety about one’s own death
Healer of the wounded
The bereavement therapist
LPC, GC-C, CT, MA Alissa Drescher Seminars and products related to this topic: 2
Alissa Drescher, LPC, GC-C, CT, MA, is a well-known grief and bereavement speaker who is known for her creative, interactive, and story-telling presentation style. In 2006, she began working in the field of bereavement services, offering support to bereaved parents. Alissa’s desire to help people cope with grief led her to work with both grieving children and adults in individual and group settings.
She was the senior program director at the Tristesse Grief Center in Tulsa, OK, where she oversaw a variety of programming, including the Healing Hearts Camp, Oklahoma’s first overnight camp for grieving children and teens (now Camp Erin Tulsa). Alissa taught several undergraduate counseling courses at Southern Nazarene University, including Death, Grief, and Loss. Alissa became the founder/executive director of the Grief Center of Middle Tennessee after relocating to Tennessee, with the mission of assisting children, teens, and adults in coping with loss and change.
Alissa is a Thanatology: Death, Dying, and Bereavement Fellow with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy with a concentration in Play Therapy. She is also a member of the National Alliance for Grieving Children and the Association of Death Education and Counseling.
Alissa Drescher is the Grief Center of Middle Tennessee’s founder and executive director. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Non-financial: Alissa Drescher is a Thanatology Fellow. She is a member of the National Alliance for Grieving Children and the Association of Death Education and Counseling.
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