Online Public Lecture: Working through grief in family therapy
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Education is hosting an online public lecture titled “Working through grief in family therapy” on the 18th March 2021.
About the Talk:
Grief for anyone can be devastating and overwhelming. Learn about the symptoms and response of Grief and Trauma; the techniques and interventions we use in Bowen System and Structural Family Therapy with our target population of children and family.
About the Speaker:
Mary Ng-Tedjasukmana is a nationally recognized passionate Board Certified Diplomate (BCD) Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) & Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). A Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (Individuals, Family) (CCTS-IF) & Certified Professional Life Coach (CPLC), licensed in the NY, NJ & TN areas providing Telehealth Individual, Couples & Family Therapy, specializing in Grief & Trauma. Graduate of NYU’s School of Social Work, Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work & Post Graduate in Psychoanalytic Studies.
An active Emergency Grief Counselor for high profile worksite disruption (i.e., counseling to the Frontline Healthcare Workers of COVID, anti-racism, death, suicides, etc), First Responder for large scale crises in the Aviation, Education, Banking, & Entertainment Industry. Former Hospice Medical Social Worker & Clinical, Lead Social Worker & Asian Mental Health Outreach Liaison providing direct, clinical & supervisory care in the challenging world of locked Inpatient Psychiatry Hospital units caring for dual diagnosis at their lowest peak.
Date & Time: Thursday, March 18, 2021 – 19:00 to 21:00 (EST)
- 19:00 to 19:30: 30 mins Grief & Trauma
- 19:30 to 20:00: 30 mins Family Therapy
- 20:00 to 20:45: 45 mins Treatment Approach
- 15 mins Q & A
Zoom Link: https://helloalma.zoom.us/j/3237653046
Meeting ID: 323 765 3046
Organised by: Faculty of Social Sciences and Education
Moderated by: Prof. Helen Liu
Audience: BSW and MSW students, helping professional students, or young professionals.