COVID-19 Connections: Tele-therapy in a Time of Need
|2020 NAGC COVID-19 Response Sponsor|
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March 19, 2020 | 1:00 p.m. Eastern | 10:00 a.m. Pacific (1 hours)
This session seeks to support grief professionals considering tele-therapy and support during the national social distancing and quarantine efforts in place during this crisis. Session content will answer your questions about logistics, laws, session protocols, creative ideas for engagement, tips and tools necessary to continue programming and support for your practice and organizations.
About the Presenter
Alesia K. Alexander, LCSW, CT is a passionate, and spirited advocate for young people and communities. Ms. Alexander’s work over the last two decades has focused on inclusive practice, children and teens in school and community settings, specifically with children and teens that have lost a loved one to death. A licensed clinical social worker in Florida, Georgia, and Virginia, she has served as consultant to grief and loss centers across the nation on loss and inclusive practice. She is a former member of the Board of Directors for The National Alliance for Grieving Children. Ms. Alexander is a regular presenter and trainer regionally, nationally and internationally on grief, loss, inclusion, and at-risk youth development. She is the author of four resources for grieving children and communities. Tapestries: A Creative & Inclusive Approach to Grief Support for Youth & Communities (2013), Dream Clouds (2011), Un Mural Para Mamita/A Mural for Mamita (2001), Sunflowers & Rainbows for Tia: Saying Goodbye to Daddy (1999).
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