Counseling Seminars

After a loss, we may try to move back to life as it was. However, this is not possible and we are called to define what has come to be known as our “New Normal”. Normalizing grief comes from understanding its impact as an up close and personal part of all life. Complicated grief, Prolonged Grief, Disenfranchised Grief and the stages of loss will be explored as they relate universally to change, life disturbances and death. This seminar will provide practical information about the application of interventions and strategies to incorporate within the therapeutic setting.

“Life, Love and Loss: The New Normal”

by Brenda Whelan, LMHC

When:  Saturday, November 2nd, 2019
9:30am -1:00pm (9:30 am – 10 am registration)

Where:   Richard E. Winter Student Center (Grupp Fireside Lounge – 2nd Floor)
Canisius College
81 Hughes Street
Buffalo, NY 14208

Cost:   $25 – Student Admission (Valid student ID), $45 – Professionals 
(Note- this is open to students of other institutions)      

A light breakfast will be provided from 9:30am-10:00am (included in the registration cost).

Registration

You may register and pay for the workshop by clicking on the link below. If you would like to pay by check or cash you may fill out the registration form that is attached to this email and submit your payment to Ms. Rosemary Evans, our Administrative Associate in the Department of Counseling and Human Services in Churchill Academic Tower room 802 (See mailing address on registration form).

Register Now 

The deadline date to register is Friday October 25th, 2019 (By Midnight). Late registrations will not be accepted so please remain mindful of the noted deadline date.

This Seminar does NOT qualify for the Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements for Licensed Mental Health Counselors in NYS nor does it qualify for NCC clock hours.

Contact Us

For any questions you may have, please contact Ms. Evans, Administrative Associate in the Counseling and Human Services Department at (716) 888-3298 orevansr@canisius.edu(email) or Dr. Holly D'Angelis at tanigosh@canisius.edu