Mentor: Jill Diana Chasse
Student Manual ~ WWU Social Network
(Midwifery Education Accreditation Council)
This workshop is open to midwives, doulas, birth assistants, social workers, counselors, nurses, and other who professionally support new families.
Do you struggle with what to say to a family when their baby dies?
Do you find yourself avoiding contact with a patient experiencing a pregnancy loss, stillbirth or neonatal loss?
Does your staff have the compassion to handle the tragedy of a baby’s death?
Workshop description and objectives
In this professional workshop, participants will examine complicated grief and loss issues during the perinatal period (pregnancy, birth, or soon after birth).
We will discuss one’s own experiences of grief to effectively augment empathy and clinical decision-making while maintaining professional boundaries. The overall purpose of the workshop is to expand the skills of experienced practitioners to encompass the complexities of grief and loss that arise in multiple settings of practice as well as within the person lives of practitioners.
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