Grief Continuing Education Workshops

Online Grief Training

What’s Your Grief offers online grief training, workshops, and webinars for grieving people and grief support professionals.

Using an accessible approach and a combination of practical and creative tools, we strive to help participants apply theories, tools, and techniques related to grief, loss, and other behavioral sciences to their lives and to the lives of those they serve.

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What to Expect

A team of Experts

The team at What’s Your Grief have each been working in grief and loss for over twelve years in Baltimore, MD. Our online grief support and learning community is one of the largest online, accessed by over 5 million grievers and mental health professionals each year.

Cutting Edge Research

With specific expertise in traumatic and unexpected loss alongside experience in teaching and training, WYG is committed to providing grief education that goes well beyond the outdated and generalized learning that so many clinicians received in their graduate programs. We pride ourselves on workshops that are informed by the most up-to-date grief research and theory and that provide concrete applications to practice.

Open To All

Our Continuing Education live, online workshops are developed for social workers, counselors, and psychologists. But as big believers that ALL people can benefit from grief education, they are open to anyone and offer a discounted registration if you don’t require CEs. Click on the registration links below for CE details and to register.

Courses

All Courses are 3 Continuing Education Hours
Understanding Ambiguous Grief and Non-Death Losses

Grief is the normal and natural reaction to any significant loss, whether that is a bereavement loss or a non-death loss. From coping with divorce...


November 16TH

11AM - 2:15PM EST

Continuing Bonds and Attachment in Grief

Grief is the normal and natural reaction to any significant loss, whether that is a bereavement loss or a non-death loss. From coping with…


DECEMBER 2ND

1PM-4:15PM ET

Understanding the Grief of Traumatic Loss

In the late 1990s grief theory and research saw a significant paradigm shift, moving away from the early “grief work”, stage-based models.


JANUARY 18TH

1PM-4:15PM ET

Testimonials

I have been working in grief and bereavement for over thirty years and can honestly say this was the best continuing education session I have ever attended.


Lynn, Clinical Social Worker

As a clinical supervisor for both therapists and interns, I have now made all of your continuing education webinars required for all our new staff and interns. I sought out grief education for our team and participated in many live and self-paced options through many of the ‘big’ CE providers. None provided a fraction of the insight, research, or relevance as those provided by What’s Your Grief. Your clinical experience and engaging presentation style, coupled with a tremendous knowledge of the field, make for a great session every time. Thank you


David, Social Worker

Incredible training. I came into this thinking I was here to learn for my clients but came out with so much more understanding of my own grief. I am a bit embarrassed to say that for many years I have listed ‘grief’ as one of the issues I help clients with. This workshop highlighted how little I knew about supporting people in grief and how outdated my ideas were. I now feel much better equipped to help clients and to understand my own experiences. The three hours flew by. This session completed my CE hour requirements for the year, but I will still be signing up for several of your upcoming sessions.


Susan, Psychologist