Self-Care in the Time of Grief

Webinar

1 CE Hour

“Self-Care in the Time of Grief”

Aly Barnette, MA, NCC
Covington Hanley, MS, NCC

Location

Online

Presentation Date/Time

Ongoing

Self-care is an ethical mandate of our profession, yet both practicing counselors and counselors in training report a continued need for education and guidance in creating a sustainable self-care practice. When experiencing grief and loss, self-care becomes necessary to both personal and professional health. Participants will engage in an interactive presentation exploring grief-specific self-care activities, internal and external grief stressors, and ethical standards. Participants will leave with reflection points to deepen self-care practices while grieving.

Objectives:

  • Understand the increased need for addressing self-care while grieving
  • Analyze their own internal and external stressors along with their coping resourcefulness
  • Assess grief-focused activities to complement participants’ existing self-care strategies
  • Analyze their own internal and external stressors along with their coping resourcefulness
  • Assess grief-focused activities to complement participants’ existing self-care strategies

About the Speakers

Aly Barnette, MA, NCC


Covington Hanley, MS, NCC

Speaker Bios

Aly Barnette, MA, NCC and Covington Hanley, MS, NCC are clinical mental health counselors and doctoral students in counselor education. The presenters have experience in a variety of counseling settings and with various client concerns. Currently, Aly’s research addresses self-care and wellness, while Covington is exploring grief and loss.

Presenter Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.

TLPCA Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.