"The reasons men and women become first responders is primarily to ease the suffering of others. They come to the job with a great sense of compassion and are frustrated when they enter a situation for which they have little or no training and find themselves at a loss for the necessary skills to make a difference. For instance, when a child dies, the family is devastated and looking for answers. The MISS Foundation's training "Compassionate Intervention With Families" provides the information to extend the natural compassion brought to the job to the next level. I would recommend this training to all first responder organizations."
Fire Chief Alan V. Brunacini
Phoenix Fire Department
Become a Certified Provider in Compassionate Bereavement Care (r), a mindfulness-based non-medicalized approach to traumatic grief, with trainings held in stunning Sedona, Arizona (30 CEUs offered).
Upcoming training opportunities listed, a partnership between the MISS Foundation and the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Family Trust. You can also search for certified providers at that site.
The MISS Foundation also provides workshops and seminars on a variety of grief and therapy related topics. Specialty topic areas available for your agency:
Workshops are available from one hour to three days, any combination of topics. Fees are negotiable based on agency budget and need. Continuing Education hours offered for most healthcare professionals. Approved through AzPOST, AzNA, Arizona Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers and for medics, social workers, and other
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More information is available by contacting Dr. Joanne Cacciatore at email@example.com or call 1-602-279-MISS(6477)