Job-loss Grief Recovery From “Victim” to “Survivor” of Workforce Reduction. Pre-conference Workshop Careers Conference 2010 Madison, WI Monday, January 25th Michael E. Hall, PhD Presenter. Job-loss Grief Recovery.
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Careers Conference 2010
Monday, January 25th
Michael E. Hall, PhD
Grief vs. Trauma: Distinguishing Features
a. focus on “what” or “who” loss;
b. actively searches for reminders;
c. presence of separation distress over.
a. fixation on “how” loss occurred;
b. avoids reminders;
c. hyper-vigilance—alert for similar threat.
a reemergence of ordinary levels of personal, social, and vocational functioning.
~ M.E. Hall
The “Victim” Mode
The “Survivor” Mode
2. deSensitize triggers,
3. belief Systems,
Demonstration: “The Trauma Puzzle”
*Bradley, p. 29
Counseling & Consulting Services Charlotte, NC
~Board-certified Career Management Fellow