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Disenfranchised Grief: Acknowledging the Immigrant Experience and Grief in Diverse Cultures Webinar Banner

Disenfranchised Grief: Acknowledging the Immigrant Experience and Grief in Diverse Cultures

Join us for a Live Webinar on September 13, 2024 from 1-3pm EDT
2 CE hours available for behavioral health clinicians

Many Immigrants are suffering in silence due to concrete and abstract losses. This course is designed for Clinicians, Social Workers, and others who provide mental health related services to receive insight and research related information on how the Immigrant experience can impact their mental and emotional health.

Attendees will learn about the different categories of Disenfranchised Grief and how diverse cultures can experience this type of grief. After attending this course, you’ll have a better understanding of the losses diverse cultures and Immigrants experience and how Disenfranchised Grief can be supported.

 Learning Objectives:

  • List 2-3 categories of Disenfranchised Grief in order to increase empathetic support to grieving clients.
  • Discuss 1-2 experiences diverse cultures have that can lead to experiencing Disenfranchised Grief.
  • Assess Migratory Grief and list 2-3 ways Immigrants can experience it.
  • Identify 1-2 ways to support clients who come from diverse cultures and Immigrants to support Disenfranchised Grief.
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This webinar is also offered without CEs for half-price.

Disenfranchised Grief: Acknowledging the Immigrant Experience and Grief in Diverse Cultures
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Tiffani Dilworth, MA, LCPC

Tiffani Dilworth, LPC, FT, is a successful psychotherapist, author, and sought-after speaker on topics related to grief, PTSD, and sexual assault.  Miss Dilworth received her Master’s in Community Counseling from Oklahoma State University. She’s a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who specializes in PTSD, Grief, and Sexual Trauma. She’s a Fellow in Thanatology and a Certified Advanced Grief Counseling Specialist.

She has worked across the US with various organizations, schools, universities, and corporations to bring awareness to the grieving process and to teach countless people how to live alongside their grief.  In addition to maintaining a private practice, Ms. Dilworth is an affiliate of PsychExperts & Associates, Inc, located in Baltimore, MD.

Drawing on her rich clinical experience, Ms. Dilworth incorporates the most current information on the process of grieving with evidence-based and innovative treatment techniques that clinicians can immediately use in their practice.  She’s the author of the books 11 Tools to Help Manage the Aftermath of Trauma and Types of Grief, and the host of Managing My Grief Podcast.