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Webinar Series

Calm Waters Webinar Series

The Calm Waters Webinar Series is a pre-recorded series of educational opportunities focused on relevant and research-based subjects. Learn from hosts, including the Calm Waters staff and guest community speakers, for one-hour courses.

Have questions you want answered on an upcoming episode? Email Calm Waters Clinical Director, Heather Gaglio, LMFT, to have your question answered during the webinar.

CEU certification will be sent to participants after the completion of a survey for each episode. CEUs are available for mental health professionals with an LMSW, LCSW, LPC or LMFT.

Each webinar will require a $20 access fee.

For more information, please contact us at or call 405-841-4800.

Series Episodes

Grief, Trauma, and the Body

Participants are introduced to research on how grief and trauma are held within the body and impact whole-body functioning. Methods of incorporating mind-body healing into clinical practice will also be discussed.

Hosted by Heather Gaglio, LMFT, Calm Waters Clinical Director, and Jordan Park, LMFT.

Grief in the Black Community

A panel of mental health professionals and advocates discuss how grief impacts and appears within the black community. Viewers learn from the experiences of black panelists with a perspective from their own grief, that of their families and that of their clients.

Panelists: Cynthia Calloway, M.Ed., MAMC, LPC; Yletha Hart, BA; Lena Samilton; Chelsea Keel, MS, LMFT; Rhonda Mitchell, MS

Grief Among Individuals with an Intellectual Disability

This webinar describes the unique challenges of providing ongoing grief and loss support for individuals with an Intellectual Disability. Learn to identify at least two strategies which can be used by individuals with an intellectual disability to process death and grief.

Hosted by Jordan Park, LMFT.

Ambiguous Loss

This webinar introduces the topic of ambiguous loss and normalize the various grief experiences that individuals endure throughout life in areas beyond death.  The history of the term “ambiguous loss” and ways to affectively assist clients or loved ones when experiencing ambiguous loss will also be discussed.

Hosted by Jordan Park, LMFT.

Additional Webinar Episodes

Strategies to Help the Family Fight Burnout and Cope with Grief

Couples and Cabin Fever

Grief and Loss During COVID-19

Helping Clients through Grief and Loss