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Virtual - The Shape of Grief Amidst COVID-19

Session Dates
May 26, 2020  |  4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Event Type: Online Seminar
Virtually via Blue Jeans

***THE DAY BEFORE CLASS: registration will close AND the instructor will email participants a class invitation from Blue Jeans. Chrome is the preferred internet browser to view the class.

This session will include a description of how Covid-19 has disrupted our normal grief processes, offer some ways to find "containers" for displaced grief, and ways to seek closure when one has not had the chance with to get closure before a loved one dies. Rev. Rhodes, PsyD, ACPE Supervisor/Certified Educator, will offer some teaching, as well as invite interactive engagement from those who attend.

Rev. Matthew Rhodes is the Director of Religious Ministries for Penn Medicine Princeton Health. As an ACPE Certified Educator, he supervises chaplain interns and chaplain residents, helping them to learn to care for patients, their families, and staff. Most recently, he has been focused on providing support to healthcare workers--attending to their moral distress, anxiety, and grief amidst the pandemic.

Cost: Free
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