NCFR to Host Ambiguous Loss Workshop with Pauline Boss

Pauline Boss, Ph.D., pioneer of ambiguous loss theory

The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) will host a workshop on ambiguous loss theory with Pauline Boss, Ph.D., who first pioneered this theory. It will be held on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT at the Hilton Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This event directly follows the 2022 NCFR Annual Conference, which concludes on this day in the same location.

The goal of this workshop is to equip a new generation of qualified ambiguous loss experts, using a "train the trainers" approach. It is intended for family therapists, clinicians, and other educators already familiar with the basics of ambiguous loss theory and ready for case study applications. Read full workshop description.

Participants of this workshop can earn 4.5 hours of NBCC and CFLE continuing credit.

How to Register

$149 NCFR Members & CFLEs (includes lunch)
$189 Nonmembers & non-CFLEs (includes lunch)

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A discount can be provided to individuals interested in obtaining the Ambiguous Loss Certificate. Please email Stacey Horn at [email protected] for more information.