Monthly Archives: March 2014

Lorraine Hedtke, MSW, LCSW, Ph.D. Training April 12, 2014

 

 

Lorraine Hedtke Photo

If death doesn’t mean saying goodbye, how are we freed to grieve differently? Conversations will be constructed using innovative ideas that challenge prescriptive notions found in conventional grief psychology. The workshop shall show how to develop relational narratives that live on after a physical death. Attending this workshop will foster a sense or liveliness and provide a new way to think about death and grief, professionally and personally.  This workshop would be good for: counselors, psychologists, nurses, physicians, funeral celebrants, social workers, ministers, students, and those interested in new ideas about death, dying and bereavement.

Further information and articles can be found at www.rememberingpractices.com.

A personal note from Julia:
We are excited to offer this wonderful training!
The first time I had this training from Lorraine Hedtke (and John Winslade) I was invigorated and inspired in my work with folks dealing with dying, death and loss.  I love her literary approach to working with clients that explicitly rejects the prescriptive “stages” theories.
I’ve taken the training 2 more times and each time found my work improved.
That’s why I wanted to bring her to San Francisco!

Location:  Bayside SF at 450 Sutter Suite 300 in San Francisco.  10am-6pm.

Six CEUs available for MFTs and MSWs.  We would love to provide CEUs for nurses, psychologists, and physicians.  If you are part of a group that can sponsor, please let us know.

$150 if registered before March 15th, $175 if after March 15th.

$100 for interns and students before March 15th, $125 after March 15th.

if check:

Julia Wallace

(on memo line please write: BANTR Training)

110 Gough St. Suite 402.

San Francisco, CA 94102.

if paypal, go to paypal.com and send money to:

julia@juliawallace.com