Over the course of 4 months in our Creative Grief Support Practitioner Certification program, our teaching team and several guest faculty members (Dr. Kimberly Manning, Dr. Lorraine Hedtke, Dr. Darcy Harris, & more) will share with you contemporary and perspective-shifting grief research. You’ll also learn a variety of practical approaches for using creative conversations and heART-making to enliven your grief support practice and help your clients to create comfort, hope and meaning after loss.
Self-study course for your professional development. These course are available on-demand and offered on the Ruzuku platform. When you complete your registration, you have immediate access to the classroom and materials for your course. Please see the FAQ and other details about our short courses, and if you have other questions, be in touch with us before you register.
One of our Co-Founders Kara Jones offers 1-to-1 professional mentorship for our Creative Grief Support Alumni and other coaches and helping professionals who are working with people who are grieving. Professional mentorship sessions are confidential discussions for the purpose of the ongoing development of your skills as a grief support practitioner.
DOWNLOAD & LISTEN: AN INTRO TO CREATIVE GRIEF SUPPORT
In this 90 minute call, our team members Cath Duncan, Gail Syring, Yvonne Lucia, Tamara Beachum, Lori Boyer, and Kara Jones cover the core theories and values underpinning our approach to Creative Grief Support:
- Grief experiences are diverse
- Hope, belonging, agency
- Relational approach
- Potential roles of shame in grieving
- Ethics of Creative Grief Support
- Creativity and the experiential nature of this course
You’ll also hear a few of our Alumni – Carol Miller, Valerie Waymark, and Gail Simon Darlington – sharing different aspects of their experience as students in our course and practicing grief support professionals.DOWNLOAD NOW!