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CNED 571 Death, Dying, Bereavement and Crisis Management
School counselors are asked to provide and manage crisis responses to both personal and community situations involving death, dying and bereavement on a regular basis. They also provide both individual, small group, and large group guidance counseling and presentations related to these issues. This seminar provides them with the opportunity to proactively learn about and plan for such eventualities. As such, it is a valuable course for both Master’s and CAS level students.
The Psychological Impact of Crisis on the School Community: Students will be able to 1) implement a crisis response team plan in their school, 2) understand, have empathy for, and be helpful in educating/counseling children and/or adolescents in grief responses, and 3) be able to facilitate meaningful support groups for children/adolescents who have experienced loss through death or a traumatic experience.
Prerequisites: SCNS or SCHC Degree student staus and CNED 541, or permission of department chair.
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