PAST TH53 (3)
Explores and considers the nature of disenfranchised grief, particularly in situations of profound loss where grief is difficult to express and process. Disenfranchised grief can include suicide, traumatic death and other kinds of grief and loss that can get buried because they are avoided, unacknowledged, or not legitimized. Understanding the language of grief in the healing process will be examined. Included will be training in support group recovery and facilitation.
Course Code: PAST TH53 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course