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How Social Workers Help Clients Cope with the Loss of a Beloved Pet
A webinar focused on helping clinicians to offer support to clients coping with pet loss. This training is about providing information about the experience of pet loss as a disenfranchised loss in our society, increasing sensitivity as clinicians to clients going through pet loss, and offering strategies and resources for how to support a client experiencing the loss of a beloved pet.
Understanding the impact of the loss of a pet and grief
Discussing the complex decisions involved in saying goodbye to a pet
Accessing and offering support to people going through pet loss
Please note that this event will be recorded. By participating in the Q&A portion, you consent to having your questions and comments recorded and to NASW making the recording available on its website and through other media,and you waive any rights you may have related to the recording.
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