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Grief & Loss: Successful Coping
3 CEUs
0202-1577
May 1, 2015
9:00am—12:00pm
Russell Building Room 100
$60
Counseling for Traumatic Loss and
Complicated Bereavement
3 CEUs
0202-1587
May 1, 2015
1:15pm—4:15pm
Russell Building Room 100
$60 (or $100 for both grief workshops)
DSM-5: What’s New?
6 1/2 CEUs
0202-1578
March 27th, 2015
9:00am—4:30pm (Lunch 12-1 on own)
SE Ballroom
$100
Southeastern
Oklahoma
State University
Continuing
Education Workshops
Jon K. Reid
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Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Continuing Education
1405 N. 4th Avenue, PMB 4239
Durant, OK 74701-0609
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Office of Continuing Education
1405 N. 4th Avenue. PMB 4239
Durant, OK 74701-0609
580-745-2858
Grief & Loss: Successful
Coping
Grief is the natural reaction to loss; losses of all
kinds. Although there are a variety of reactions to
loss, grief following the death of a loved one can
be traumatic and is typically life-altering. How
can we know what is normal in grief and if or
when professional help is needed? Is grief a mental illness? Should bereaved persons take
anti-depressants? Is counseling essential to
successfully cope with grief? This presentation
will be presented in an accessible manner for both
bereaved persons and caregivers who help others
with their grief, both professionals and volunteers.
Counseling for
Traumatic Loss and
Complicated
Bereavement
Although grief is the natural reaction to loss; losses
of all kinds; what about those bereaved persons
who are not able to successfully cope with their loss
(s) in such a way that they can move on with life?
This workshop will address: How to define traumatic loss?; Examples of complicated bereavement;
Using the DSM-5 for complicated bereavement;
and Specific strategies and techniques for working
with traumatic loss and complicated bereavement.
Jon K. Reid
Presenter: The Southeastern Continuing
Education office welcomes Dr. Jon K. Reid. Dr. Reid
has extensive experience as both a presenter on grief
and loss, as well as, a counselor to the grieving. He
earned a Ph.D. from Texas Woman’s University in
Denton, Texas and joined the faculty of the
Department of Psychology and Counseling at
Southeastern (SE) in 1993.
Dr. Reid is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor, a “Fellow in Thanatology,”
and currently serves as President of the Association
for Death Education and Counseling Board (20132014) (www.adec.org). An experienced counselor, Dr.
Reid has conducted counseling in diverse contexts,
such as schools, churches, agencies, and private practice. Recently he served as consultant and supervisor
of grief counselors for Camp Strong Heart, a summer
camp for grieving children held at Lake Texoma. Dr.
Reid has been published in several journals including
Death Studies; Journal of Personal and Interpersonal
Loss; and Illness, Crises and Loss. Dr. Reid has
written about roadside memorials in The Handbook of
Death and Dying and The Encyclopedia of Death and
the Human Experience. He has made presentations on
grief and bereavement in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong,
Malaysia, Singapore, and Barbados. As a member of
the SE Counseling Faculty, Dr. Reid regularly teaches
courses on grief counseling and the psychology of
death and dying.
DSM-5: What’s New?
The DSM-5 has undergone the most dramatic
revision since the introduction of the DSMIV in 1994. Experienced mental health professionals are already familiar with the major
diagnostic categories in mental health treatment; however, several significant changes
have been introduced in the DSM-5. This 6
1/2 hour workshop will review the major
changes to the recent revision of the DSM.
Obtaining a copy of the DSM-5 would be
useful for this workshop, although not required. Cases will be used to compare the
two versions of the DSM. Brief quizzes will
be used throughout the workshop for clinicians to test their mastery of the new system
of diagnosis.
Presenter: The Southeastern Continuing
Education office welcomes Dr. Jon K. Reid.
He earned a Ph.D. in Family Studies (1990)
from Texas Woman’s University in Denton,
Texas and joined the faculty of the
Department of Psychology and Counseling at
Southeastern (SE) in 1993. Jon K. Reid, PhD,
LPC-S (Texas), NCC, Fellow in Thanatology
(ADEC) Southeastern Oklahoma State
University Counselor Education Faculty
Member & Professor of Psychology and
Counseling. Dr. Reid has worked on an
Inpatient Eating Disorders Unit, an Inpatient
Dissociative Identity Disorders Unit, and
with chronic Schizophrenic adults in a
residential setting.
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