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Speaking Grief - Grief Professionals Training Session
We often don’t talk about grief, because we don’t know what to say.
Instead of avoiding grief, we need to make space for it, but how do we do that?

The Speaking Grief training will include an overview of the grief process, as well as
myths and facts about the grief of children and their families.

The training will also discuss what those who are grieving say they need most
and offer practical suggestions about what we can say and do
to support them through the grief journey.

Training will be two hours. 2.0 CE's available for those in Pennsylvania at no charge.

Nov 11, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Janey Morell, MA, NCP, LPC
Child Grief Specialist @Highmark Caring Place
Janey Morell joined the Highmark Caring Place in September 2019 as an Associate Child Grief Specialist. In this role, she convenes peer support groups, provides community outreach, and supports children, adolescents, and families through the grieving process. Janey has been providing counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults for more than 25 years in home, school, and community mental health settings. In that time she has worked in a variety of clinical, supervisory, and administrative roles. Janey earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Psychologist, and Certified Trauma Therapist. She is trained and experienced in evidence-based practices focused on family therapy, couple's counseling, and the treatment of PTSD, and she is passionate about helping families through challenging life circumstances.
Kristen Huber, MS, LPC, CT
Volunteer Services Coordinator, Child Grief Specialist @Highmark Caring Place
Kristen Huber became the volunteer services coordinator at Highmark Caring Place, Erie in May of 2014. Since 1996, Kristen has been working with and advocating for children who have experienced trauma in their lives. Kristen graduated from Gannon University with her Masters degree in Counseling and became a licensed professional counselor in 2006; she is also a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling and is certified in thanatology. She has worked with children that present with a variety of mental health issues. She has trained and supervised master level clinicians and has done numerous trainings on helping people understand how trauma effects a child’s development and their ability to effectively interact with those around them. In her free time her greatest joy is spending time with her daughter.