Old Problems, New Ideas: Understanding and Supporting Grieving Adults and Children

Dates: May 4, 2023

Meets: Th from 12 N to 1:30 PM

Location: Zoom Webinar

Zoom - No Charge: $0.00

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Much of what we have been taught about grief is not very helpful, and grief and childhood can feel like incompatible concepts. There are more contemporary helpful ways of thinking about grief, and grief is part of the lives of most children. In this presentation, we will review some older ideas about grief to retire and some newer ideas to consider. We'll also discuss helpful approaches to talking with and supporting grieving children.


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Fee: $0.00

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Greg Adams

Greg Adams, LCSW, ACSW, FT is Program Coordinator for the Center for Good Mourning and Staff Bereavement Support at Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH). Greg has worked at ACH in a variety of roles and areas, including pediatric oncology and palliative care, since 1991. He is an adjunct professor with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and has been an active volunteer with community and professional organizations. He is also author of Adam Gets Back in the Game, a children’s storybook about coping with grief and loss. He is married with two young adult children.


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