Stories Interrupted: Weaving Creativity, the Sacred and Meaning at the End-of-Life. Brenda Kenyon, LCSW St.Vincent Hospice, Indianapolis, IN Tony Pinto, MDiv , CT Indianapolis, IN. Learning Objectives. Articulate three loss oriented outcomes
Brenda Kenyon, LCSW
St.Vincent Hospice, Indianapolis, IN
Tony Pinto, MDiv, CT
3 Clinical Frameworks to assess, intervene, and provide care to those whose stories have been interrupted.
Interventions that will bless your work in the future.
Story Interrupted Meaning at the End-of-Life
WeavingThe Components of Weaving
(end of tradition, end of the future line)
(concrete and psychodynamic)
The Hierarchy of Hope by Helen Wong
(Martin & Doka, 2000)
(Marcia Lattanzi-Licht, “Religion, Spirituality and Dying”, 2007)
The patient enters through perceiving the congruent form and embracing the emerging force of creativity.
(D.W. Winnicott, 1971)
Encourage to widen your creative horizons
Embrace the risk taker in you
Engage in creative paths that thrust you to a new level of experience
Cultivate presence in the holding environment
Open your eyes to congruent forms