Virtual Roundtable: Defusing Conflict in the Arrangement Conference
Thursday, November 12, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
All times are U.S. Central Time
1 CE Hour
Overcome Challenging Family Dynamics
Increasingly families fight among themselves and clash with their funeral director regarding service options, the cost of services and products, and many other topics. Dr.Troyer will discuss specific examples of conflict, examine the psychological roots of specific behaviors, and propose tactics for defusing and resolving the conflict. The strategies are drawn from clinical psychology and family therapy where therapists must quickly decipher challenging family dynamics and work toward positive outcomes. Discover practical strategies you can use immediately to defuse conflict in the arrangement conference.
- Effectively facilitate an arrangement conference amongst conflict
- Communicate more effectively with grieving families
- Employ tactics for defusing and resolving conflict
Jason Troyer, PhD, earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology and is a former counselor and college professor. He is the Founder of Mt. Hope Grief Services and provides aftercare materials, workshops, presentations, training seminars and consulting services to the funeral service profession. He is also the Community Engagement & Grief Support Consultant for Grandview Cemetery in Maryville, TN.
Approved for 1 CE hour by APFSP and by most state and province licensing boards.
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