Interpersonal Loss and Bereavement among Refugees | Non-Member Registration


This is for a Non-NACG Member registration. Please select whether you would like Continuing Education (CE) Credits included. The link to complete registration will be sent via Order Confirmation email once payment is submitted.

Guest Registration without CEs – $60
Guest Registration with CEs – $75



Refugees’ experiences are dangerous and often traumatic, such as living in a war zone, witnessing violence, torture, murder or disappearance of family members or friends, and confinement, as well as traveling treacherous journeys in horrible conditions, often without food or water, and sometimes having to separate from family members.  Therefore, refugees may be at risk of experiencing a complicated form of bereavement. Scholars have urged the importance of humanizing refugees and creating welcoming communities among nations that welcome refugees. The presenter will introduce the unique aspects of refugee loss and bereavement. The presenter will discuss strategies and interventions for providing services to youth from refugee backgrounds. The presenter will also share practical considerations for community collaboration and advocacy to support refugee youth. Attendees will gain knowledge on how to provide culturally responsive services for refugee youth and their families.

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No CEs, CEs Included