“Well, Ain’t This a Fine Howdy-do!” Helping Care-givers Navigate Postmortem Discoveries

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Overview / Abstract:

No matter how well you know or think you know a spouse, partner, parent, sibling, child, business colleague - after a death grievers can be blind-sided by a postmortem discovery. The crisis may be initiated by a financial discovery, an updated/outdated will, the awareness of another sexual partner, a gambling addiction, or the squandering of financial assets and resources. Some caregivers feel betrayal and mutter, “After I gave up to take care of him/her, this is the thanks I get!!!” Two questions emerge or erupt: “Who knows?” and “Who knew?” With support from clinicians, over time, another question emerges: “Now what?”

Expiration

Dec 31, 2022

Discipline(s)

Counselor CE, Psychology CE, Social Work CE

Format

Online, Seminar

Cost

Member $35 Nonmember $50

Credits / Hours

1.5

Accreditation

http://www.adec.org/adec/Main/Earn-Certification/Certified-in-Thanatology/ADEC_Main/Earn-Certification/Certification_in_Thanatology/Certification_in_Tha.aspx?hkey=d6ba74d1-c743-4f83-8e4c-a2308970de1d

Is This Activity Certified for "Live" Credit?

YES

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Harold Ivan Smith is a grief specialist on the teaching faculties of Saint Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, and the Carondolet Medical Institute in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He is recognized as a Fellow in Thanatology by the Association for Death Education and Counseling. He received the Distinguished Service Award from ADEC in 2009. He earned his doctorate from Asbury Theological Seminary and his EdS from George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. He graduated from the MidAmerican School of Funeral Service. He speaks frequently to grievers and grief counselors and educators. He has lectured in Vietnam, Taiwan, Switzerland, England and Haiti. He has facilitated Grief Gatherings, creative storytelling groups for grievers, at Saint Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, for 18 years. His primary research is on borrowing narratives from the grief of U.S. Presidents and First Ladies. His book, Griefkeeping: Learning How Long Grief Lasts, chronicles the grief of 16 presidents and eight first ladies.

Keywords / Search Terms

The Association for Death Education and Counseling ADEC, Harold Ivan Smith, DMin, FT, Death Counseling, Seminar, Live CE, CE Live CE CME Seminar CE CME

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Date(s)
03-15-2017

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