Speakers: LORRAINE HEDTKE MSW, ACSW, LCSW who specializes in working with people who are dying and their families and John Winslade, PhD - a Professor and Coordinator of Educational Counseling Programs at California State University San Bernardino.
Among other things, Rebecca Daniel-Burke asks the following questions:
- How are re-membering conversations different from conventional grief counseling?
- What are the assumptions on which re-membering conversations are built?
- Is there an appropriate time to engage people in re-membering conversations? For example is it better 6 months or a year after a death?
- Can you explain the idea of membership and how it relates to grief counseling?
- Not everyone has positive memories of their dead relatives. How do you do counseling with people when they have suffered at the hands of someone in their lives?
- Is counseling based on re-membering practices suitable for children?
- Can this approach be used in group counseling?
Running time: 58:21
Date Recorded: 1/28/10
Lorraine Hedtke: email@example.com
John Winslade: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Daniel-Burke: email@example.com
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