This webinar will discuss the psychology of death among children and adolescents through the integrative lens of development theories and clinical observations. It will also present the findings of a qualitative systemic review that provides a comprehensive and consolidated understanding of the lived experience of bereaved parents who have suffered and endured the death of a child due to a life-limiting illness.
Care providers who attend this webinar will take away a new understanding of the psychology of parental grief. Research and information shared will explain how best to support families during the most difficult time of their lives.
Dr Andy Hau Yan Ho, PhD, EdD, MFT, FT is the President of the Association for Death Education and Counselling, and Board Director of the prestigious International Work Group on Death Dying and Bereavement. He is also the Head and Associate Professor of Psychology, and Honorary Associate Professor of Medicine at Nanyang Technological University.
Andy is a social scientist, psychologist and educator, specialising in the research and teaching of public health palliative care, psychosocial gerontology, positive psychology, integrative therapy, and community empowerment.
He has founded several innovative and internationally acclaimed psycho-socio-spiritual interventions for health promotion, including Mindful-Compassion Art-based Therapy (MCAT) for caregiver support, Family Dignity Intervention (FDI) for advancing holistic palliative care, and Narrative e-Writing Intervention (NeW-I) for augmenting paediatric palliative care.
Webinar Program$50.00 inc. GST
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