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Violent Death Bereavement Society provides training services for a wide range of community and professional groups in teaching requisite skills for implementation of comprehensive, community-based support and intervention after violent death for children and adults. Our training staff and regional consultants are available for national and international requests for training assistance, planning and consultation.
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Save the Date Training Announcement: VDBS Traumatic Grief after Killing Within the Family - May 10, 2013
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The Violent Death Bereavement Society and the Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work are pleased to offer a full day conference entitled ?Traumatic Grief after Killing Within the Family: A Dilemma of Dual Attachment to Victim and Perpetrator?.

This training will present an in-depth picture of the long-term effects on remaining family members when one violently murders another. Featuring a foremost researcher on homicide, attachment and meaning making, training participants will learn about the complexities of working with this unique group of survivors while engaging in treatment discussions after viewing survivor interview case illustrations. Mental health providers, victim advocates and clergy professionals who work with these grieving survivors will collaborate with other group members to develop a staged evaluation and treatment strategy, interweaving resilience reinforcement as a prevailing influence for homicide survivors.
Speakers and Topics Include:
  • Marilyn Armour, PhD, LICSW, Educator, Researcher, Psychotherapist and Consultant with expertise on homicide, attachment and meaning making presenting on the Long-Term Effects of Interfamily Violent Dying on Remaining Family Members.
  • Dr. Edward Rynearson, National Expert on Resiliency Reinforcement presenting on the Treatment of Traumatic Grief after Interfamily Violent Dying.
  • Fanny Correa, MSW, CT., Therapist and Educator specializing in traumatic grief after violent death presenting on the Treatment of Traumatic Grief after Interfamily Violent Dying.
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