PG-A-3 - Unpacking Intergenerational Grief in the 21st Century
Join this informal, facilitated discussion on the intergenerational experience as it relates to COVID-19, and the many forms grief and bereavement take as it relates to generational lenses. This session will share the social work community of practice as it relates to specific intergenerational issues during the ongoing pandemic, such as grieving virtually, social distancing, the psychosocial phenomenon of forming and sustaining pods. I hope to provide a forum for discussion, reflection, and supportive tools that can be utilized in this unimaginable time of both collective and personal grief and loss.
Pacific Oaks College
Dr. Peel is a Faculty member in the School of Cultural and Family Psychology at Pacific Oaks College. Her scholarly interest is the socioemotional development of healthcare workers, particularly their level of preparedness to work with vulnerable populations, as well as the intersection of disability, health disparities and aging. Dr. Peel has taught and held leadership positions at Arizona State University, The Claremont Colleges, and The University of Arizona, and is best known for building award-winning civic engagement programs, developing innovative field placements, and cultivating creative experiential learning opportunities.