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ATTACHMENT GRIEF

A new way of conceptualizing loss –

 

Offering a uniquely personal perspective on the power of the bond between mother and child, and other significant relationships. 

Relationships with those we love deeply never end...

The Attachment Grief Model acknowledges this truth.

The Death of a Child–

ATTACHMENT GRIEF:

A NEW CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE

with Dana Lerner, LCSW

The death of a child is a topic that many people avoid discussing. The grief is distinctive and often misunderstood. This workshop provides a unique perspective as the therapist describes her own experience as a bereaved mother, and what she has come to understand through this painful process.

 

By revisiting Attachment Theory, Dana Lerner has formulated a new way of conceptualizing the power of the bond between mother and child, and other significant relationships, and how to approach these losses clinically.

Each registrant will have access to the video for 1 month from registering.

Continuing education credits are not available for recorded events.

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After the Death of a Child,

Alice Neel, New York

Dana Lerner, LCSW

is a graduate of the Four Year Psychoanalytic training program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. She has been in private practice for over 25 years and works with Individuals, Couples and Families treating Anxiety Disorders, Depression, OCD, Bereavement, and PTSD.

Dana Lerner is a founding member of Families for Safe Streets (FSS), which confronts the epidemic of traffic violence through advocacy and emotional support. In 2015, she created CooperStocksWay.org, a non profit 501C3 that raises money for children in need. Since its inception, hundreds of children have attended the Coop's Hoops Basketball Camp. Plans are currently underway to build a new state of the art elementary through high school in Guinea, Africa.

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