Students and Health and Education Professionals
8pm / class
January 11, 2021
Promote basic knowledge about the grieving process and
fundamental theories in the individual and family approach.
Technical Coordination: Ângela Seger
Administrative Coordination: Denise Cápua Corrêa
Death in different cultures
The psychological process of individual grief
The process of grief in children and adolescents
The family grief process
Adriana Zilberman: Graduated in Psychology at the University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos - UNISINOS Master in Social and Personality Psychology at PUCRS, Specialist in Individual, Couple and Family Systemic Therapy at the Center for Family Studies and the Individual - CEFI, Specialist in Clinical Psychology by the Federal Council of Psychology - CFP; Specialist in Cognitive-behavioral Therapy by FACCAT; Training in Group Dynamics by SBDG; Training in Third Generation Contextual Behavioral Therapies by the Center for Family and Individual Studies - CEFI; Emotional Focused Therapy Training with Sue Johnson at the Ackerman Institute for the Family. She is currently the director, teacher and supervisor of Postgraduate courses at the Center for Family and Individual Studies - CEFI, Coordinator of the Third Generation Contextual Behavioral Therapies Course, acting mainly on the following themes: Family and Couple Therapy, Therapy Focused on Emotions with Couples.
Ana Maria Dall’Agnese: Graduated in psychology at UNISINOS. Specialist in Clinical Care with an emphasis on Psychoanalysis by UFRGS and in Systemic Therapy by CEFI. He is a member of the mourning studies group at the CEFI family and individual study center. She is an invited professor in a postgraduate course in mourning interventions. Supervisor of internship in psychological clinic for undergraduate students in psychology and in clinical care for students of specialization in CEFI. Coordinator in therapeutic group for mourners. She is one of the authors of the publication Losslessly: how to overcome the absence of loved ones, launched in 2012 by the Pan American Health Organization. She currently works as a clinical psychologist in a private practice, a lecturer invited in a postgraduate course and an internship supervisor. He has experience in group coordination with mourners, in clinical and rehabilitation psychology, acting mainly on the following themes: systemic psychology, psychoanalysis, mourning and rehabilitation, meets family, couple, adolescents and adults.
Ângela Seger: Psychologist graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul with a Masters in Education from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. Specialist in Psychotherapy in Adolescence. Specialist in Systemic Therapy, family, couple and individual by the Center for Family Studies. Since 1987 she has been a professor in the psychology course at PUCRS, in the assistant category. He teaches disciplines related to the clinical area as well as guides internships and practices in this context. Performed Preceptorship and Tutoring activities with the Multiprofessional Residency Program (PREMUS-PUCRS). He coordinated the psychology service at Hospital São Lucas da PUCRS. Participates in the team at the PUCRS Psychosocial Care Center, has training with an emphasis on Human Development, working on the following themes: hospital psychology, caregiver-care relationship, hospital context, institutionalized adult and elderly, psychological assessment, systemic psychotherapy with families and individuals, death and grieving process, intervention in crisis, suicide and post-intervention situations. Invited teacher in the specializations: "Systemic Therapy with family, couple and individual" and "Intervention in situations of mourning" (CEFI).
Caroline Santa Maria: Currently a university professor at the School of Health at PUCRS, a collaborating professor at CEFI, in the Specialization course in Interventions in Mourning and a collaborating professor at CCATS (Health Training and Training Center) . In the CEFI, he is part of the CORA Group (Center for Studies and Care for Mourning), as an effective member. He holds a degree in Psychology from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul and a Master's in Medicine: Medical Sciences from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. PUCRS and is a specialist in Hospital Psychology by the Federal Council of Psychology. He is a Specialist in Systemic Therapy at the Center for Family and Individual Studies (CEFI). also specializes in Counseling and Intervention in Urgencies, Emergencies and Catastrophes by the Universidad de Málaga - Spain. Has experience in Therapeutic Intervention in the area of Health Psychology, with an emphasis on Hospital Psychology.
Juliana Potter: Psychologist graduated from the Faculty of Psychology from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. She has a specialization in Family and Couple Therapy Training from the Porto Alegre Family Institute. Acts as a Clinical Psychologist at the Private Practice, with solid experience in assisting children and adolescents.