The Secret Maps Project for College & Universities

$95.00

The Secret Maps Project DVD for Colleges & Universities is for use in clinician training in Social Work and Psychology.

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The Secret Maps Project DVD for Colleges & Universities is for use in clinician training in Social Work and Psychology. It contains two films:

The 60-minute documentary feature, the Secret Map of Surviving Loss, takes clinicians-in-training through the patient/client’s experience of grief step-by-step as described by the grieving subjects in the film. It also includes light explication by three licensed grief counselors. Chapters include:

  1. Haunting Images of Loss
  2. Guilt & Powerlessness
  3. Shock
  4. Secondary Losses
  5. Identity
  6. Signs & Dreams
  7. Triggers
  8. Making Meaning

The half-hour short film, Good Grieving:  A Guide to Group Facilitation, is a development tool focused on group work that clinicians-in-training may undertake.  Chapters include:

  1. Setting Up a Group
    • Time-Limited vs. Open Groups
  2. Screening Participants
  3. Preparing
    • Self Care
  4. Structure & Ritual
  5. Ground Rules
    • The Option to Share
    • Confidentiality
    • Touching
    • Listening without Judgment
    • Advice Giving
  6. Facilitator Ego
    • 80-20 Rule
  7. What to Expect Over Time

The filmmaker, Maryann Manelski, is sometimes available to speak on grief in conjunction with screenings.   Please use our contact page if you would like to bring her to your campus.  She is based in NYC and on Long Island.