Caregiver Education Series Begins Thursday | Health and fitness

“Overcoming Ambiguous Loss,” the first in a series of four virtual workshops sponsored by the Nebraska Caregiver Coalition, will take place via Zoom on Thursday, February 24, from noon to 1 p.m. The workshops are designed to provide training, education, support and resources for family caregivers.

Presenter, Dr. Kelly Tamayo, will talk about common symptoms/signs after loss, limbo grief – how to deal with it effectively, assign meaning and value to the loss, and how to move forward with courage, strength and determination.

Tamayo is a clinical/health psychologist specializing in trauma, PTSD and brain injury recovery. Her clinical experience includes work at UNMC, Madonna Rehabilitation Center, Dr. Phil/PsychoNeuroPlasticity Center in Dallas, and Chicago Public Schools.

Her expertise in neurogenesis and resilience provides clients with support and guidance to overcome grief and trauma. Tamayo is about to complete a graduate degree in psychopharmacology. To register for this event, visit www.answers4families.org/overcoming-ambiguous-loss.

The Nebraska Caregiver Coalition focuses on the needs and interests of caregivers from all walks of life. Its goal is to develop and implement a statewide caregiver outreach program for state senators, plan and implement a statewide grassroots engagement. State and identify resources and partnerships to expand and coordinate the activities of the Nebraska Caregiver Coalition.

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