What's Your Grief Continuing education

Grief Support Intensive

Essential Theory & Practice Tools
for Working with Grief

Register for the full event or just the sessions that interest you.

Even the best Masters and PhD programs in mental health often overlook coursework in grief or still teach outdated stage-based models.

This 15-hour CE Intensive is designed to fill this significant training gap, ensuring you have the foundation to confidently offer current, evidence-informed grief support in your practice setting.

This comprehensive 2.5 day virtual workshop will provide therapists, social workers, counselors, hospice volunteers, and other support professionals with the essential theoretical knowledge and practical skills to support those grieving both death and non-death losses. Participants will learn concrete, immediately applicable interventions for helping grievers integrate losses into their lives while maintaining dynamic, internal continued bonds with those they've lost. Session replays will be available for 90 days following the live sessions. Download the event flyer here.

September 21-23, 2023
Thursday 9/21 & Friday 9/22
11am ET - 6:15pm ET / 8am PT-3:15pm PT
Saturday 9/23
11am - 2:15pm ET / 8am PT - 3:15 PT

Don't need CEs? Use code NOCES23 for 20% off.
Option to register for select sessions only

Sessions Include:

  • Grief 101: a foundation
  • Applying Modern Grief Theory
  • Grief Therapy Techniques
  • Working with Ambiguous & Non-Death Loss

Register for the whole Intensive or just the sessions that interest you. Session replays available for 90 days after the live event.

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**All sessions are facilitated by Eleanor Haley, MS and Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C, co-founders of the grief education and support community What’s Your Grief. WYG was founded in 2012 as a resource offering concrete, practical, creative, down-to-earth, and relatable support, founded on the values of psychoeducation and creative coping. It has grown to serve more than 5 million grievers and grief professionals each year.

Eleanor holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Loyola College in Baltimore, MD and Litsa received her master's degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work, as well as a master’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Warwick (UK). They have a collective 30 years experience in grief and loss, with expertise in unexpected, traumatic, and stigmatized grief. They co-authored the book What's Your Grief: Lists to Help You Through Any Loss and have been interviewed as grief experts for the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, NPR, and New York Times.

email [email protected] for questions or organizational registration information

Eleanor Haley, MS & Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C

WYG co-founders

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