Clinical Trainings

Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma (CRSOK) is dedicated to enhancing the professional growth of clinicians through a range of enriching training opportunities. Discover below the training sessions that pique your interest and seize the chance to enroll or gather more details. Our trainings are meticulously designed to cater to your needs, whether through virtual sessions or in-person events.

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At CRSOK, we believe that ongoing learning is the key to providing superior behavioral health services. Explore our training offerings and take a step closer to elevating your professional journey.



Managing Grief & Loss – Click to sign up
Date/Time: Feb 26, 2024 01:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Price: $50
This is a virtual session.

Trainer: Justin Gambill, LCSW 

Course Summary


Grief and loss impact every person at some point. As mental health professionals we not only support our clients during times of loss, but also the needs of our family and friends. It is important that we have tools available to help clients and ourselves process and cope with grief and loss. In this training, we will explore how grief and loss presents itself in the mental health profession and gain skills to support clients and ourselves in coping with it. 


  • Define grief and loss and explore the many ways it presents itself in the mental health profession.
  • Explore skills that can be helpful in supporting clients cope with grief and loss.
  • Explore skills that can be helpful in supporting ourselves when we face grief and loss, whether it be a personal or a professional loss.


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