Continued Bond/Attachment Theories for Perinatal Loss Intervention

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Parents who suffer a perinatal loss and embark on a new pregnancy can struggle with attachment to a child that follows due to loyalty issues to the deceased baby. Finding meaning for one’s role as a parent when pregnancy was the only time parents had with their child can be challenging.
This presentation merges research and clinical practice to describe an innovative prenatal model of intervention that integrates the continued bond and attachment theories for families at the time of loss and in the pregnancy that follows.


Dec 31, 2022


Counselor CE, Psychology CE, Social Work CE


Live / Seminar, Online, Seminar


Member $35 Nonmember $50

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Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Joann O’Leary, PhD

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The Association for Death Education and Counseling Joann O’Leary, PhD, ADEC, Continued Bond/Attachment Theories for Perinatal Loss Intervention, Death counseling, Seminar, Live CE, CE Live CE CME Seminar CE CME

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