NCAMFT Presentation Organized by Learning Objectives
Organized by Learning Objectives
Participants will better understand factors important for working effectively
with families, couples & individuals in the aftermath of the murder of a loved one in a trauma-informed, victim-centered framework.
Diagnosis and Assessment
Other Issues in Assessment
Participants will learn similarities and distinctions between homicide loss compared with other types of sudden traumatic loss, such as suicide & car crashes.
Loved One at Fault
Loved One NOT at Fault
Single Vehicle Crash
Loved One Driving While Impaired
Loved One Killed by Another DWI
Learn practical skills, strategies & resources to help you work more effectively with co-victims of homicide
Mourner's Bill of Rights
Wolfelt on Companioning
Wolfelt How to Help article
Participants will understand the impact of sudden traumatic loss such as experienced after murder.
Participants will be invited to understand the crucial importance of self-care in working with family members of murder victims & others who have survived severe violence & sudden traumatic loss.