NEW!The COVID-19 Pandemic, Trauma, and Grief
Use code COVID35OFF for 35% off this course
2 Hours, 2 CE Credits (for the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work and the National Board of Certified Counselors)
As a mental health professional, it's very likely that your clients are facing increased challenges to their emotional wellbeing as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reverberate worldwide.
In addition to the many tragedies and disruptions, the methods by which we manage grief and loss have been upended as well. Human cultures have deeply ingrained traditions of honoring losses with family, friends, and communities, but in the era of social distancing, the long-established means by which we initiate and move through the grieving process have been changed or made impossible.
This professional training discusses normative and complicated grief, trauma, attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, and clinical tools to facilitate the grieving process and resolve trauma, specifically in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seleni Psychology Counseling and Support, PLLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers, #SW-0477.
Seleni Psychology Counseling and Support, PLLC has been approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6950. Seleni Psychology Counseling and Support is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Christiane Manzella, PhD
Lead Instructor & Senior Psychologist
Dr. Manzella possesses extensive experience as a clinician providing psychotherapy and supervision and as a professor of psychology at New York University.
Dr. Manzella’s focus at Seleni is to provide clinical care and to provide training and supervision, especially around grief and bereavement, her specialty. She is an empathic clinician, helping women, men, and families navigate the complex terrain of grief related to perinatal loss, manage the unique issues associated fertility challenges, and move through the challenges of recovering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Manzella is also an expert on the relationship between loss and trauma. She continues to use and teach mindfulness-based clinical interventions, including those she developed through her research and teaching as an international consultant on managing loss and trauma.
Dr. Manzella earned both her master's degree in clinical psychology and doctorate in counseling psychology from New York University.
Dr. Manzella has also completed postdoctoral training and has carried out research related to grief, bereavement and trauma. She has also completed postdoctoral trainings at Postpartum Support International, the Postpartum Stress Center, and the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy.