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Grief Therapy As Meaning Reconstruction


27 – 28 January 2024 (2 Days)


9am – 5pm (MYT)

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Certification: Portland Institute & University of Cyberjaya


  1. Certificate in Grief Therapy as Meaning Reconstruction from Portland Institute
  2. Certificate of Completion from University Of Cyberjaya


The Grief Therapy International workshop offers a comprehensive and insightful program designed to address the complex and sensitive realm of grief and loss. With a focus on two main modules, participants will delve into the understanding of grief and its potential complications, as well as gain practical knowledge of grief therapy through an attachment-informed approach. This workshop is a valuable resource for medical practitioners, mental health professionals, counselors, psychologists, social workers, and both undergraduate and postgraduate psychology and clinical studies students.

The program is led by two distinguished facilitators, Dr. Robert A. Neimeyer, a renowned expert in the field of grief therapy and meaning-making processes, and Dr. Anasuya Jegathevi Jegathesan, a dedicated academic with a wealth of experience in counseling and psychology. Their expertise ensures a rich learning experience for participants.

In collaboration with the Portland Institute for Loss and Transition, this two-day workshop promises to equip attendees with essential skills and insights to help individuals navigate grief and loss while earning 16 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points. Whether you’re a professional seeking to enhance your knowledge or a student eager to explore the field of grief therapy, this workshop provides a valuable opportunity for personal and professional growth. Don’t miss this chance to gain expertise in supporting those dealing with grief and loss.

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