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2021 CPA Conference: Embracing Cultural Humility in Grief Experiences: A Family Resilience Perspective.

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The intersection of race, ethnicity and religion informs family meanings related to death and dying. In this presentation, we will discuss therapeutic strategies (ie. enactments and experiential techniques) that promote bereavement resilience and consider how Catholic clinicians and clergy can more fully demonstrate cultural humility when ministering to bereaved families.

3 Objectives to be Learned at the Presentation

  • Describe how the concepts of family resilience and cultural humility apply to experiences of grief and loss. 
  • Examine the use of Catholic perspectives, traditions, and rituals to support family resilience through meaning-making.
  • Demonstrate cultural humility around ethnic traditions and beliefs when serving bereaved families.

This program does not qualify for NBCC credits