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Transforming self-blame for survivors of suicide loss

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This webinar addresses the complex grief process experienced by those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The training recognizes that survivors of suicide loss often grapple with deep-seated self-blame, which can hinder their healing and lead to problematic behaviors or disconnection from their memories of their loved one.

Participants will receive comprehensive instruction on an individual chair-work intervention, including a step-by-step guide and script. The training will feature a video demonstration to enhance understanding and application of the techniques. Designed to be accessible, the program requires no prior training, and participants can engage either actively or passively.

Throughout the training, participants will learn to identify markers of self-blame narratives and understand the cognitive and emotional factors driving this response. They will gain practical tools and techniques to transform problematic self-blame using experiential chair-work, specifically tailored for post-suicide loss scenarios.

This training contributes towards certification through the International Institute for EFFT, offering valuable professional development for clinicians working with suicide loss survivors.