Education

Monthly Webinars

Monthly Webinars
Join us at one of our live, interactive monthly webinars to learn about current topics, issues, or trends in children’s grief, connect with colleagues, and get some questions answered. Free for members, including continuing education credit for MFTs, counselors, psychologists, and social workers. Webinars last 90 minutes.

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Annual Symposium

Annual Symposium
The NAGC Annual Symposium is the longest running, most comprehensive conference dedicated to childhood bereavement in the US. It attracts hundreds of professionals who exchange information and clinical expertise, announce new findings, highlight innovative programs, share perspectives, and collaborate on ways to advance the field.

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Live Fall Webcast

Live Fall Webcast
Partner with the NAGC during Children's Grief Awareness Month and host a live webcast viewing event on the topic of childhood grief in your community. Make it a free event or a fundraiser! Customizeable e-flyer to be provided by the NAGC for your event. CE's are available for participants for an additional fee.

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Professional Training & Education

The National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) equips bereavement professionals, children’s health professionals and volunteers who work with grieving children with the most effective strategies and tools to better serve their communities and train their staff and constituents.  When it comes to continuing education, we work diligently with our partners to discover and communicate new developments and research advances specific to our field and the well being of grieving children.

From mental health counselors to pediatric health care providers, the issues surrounding childhood bereavement are often not addressed in academic programs and credentialing preparation.  Professionals that do not interact with bereaved children on a daily basis require accurate information and resources to enhance their ability to provide proper care for a grieving child. As a result, we’ve made educating and training the vast children’s health community representing a number of professions (i.e., social workers, counselors, physicians, etc.) a top priority.