Continuing Education

Community Counseling Centers of Central Connecticut, Inc. [CCC] has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6940. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. CCC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Please see below for details on our upcoming workshops and to register to attend! Please take note of cancellation and refund policy below.

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Current Continuing Education Sessions

Working with Clients Who Encounter Pregnancy & Infant Loss

Wednesday October 16, 2019, 7:30PM-9PM

CE Hours: 1.5

Fee: $30 - light refreshments provided-Registration link at bottom of page


Community Counseling Center of Central Connecticut

1089B Woodtick Road (at Pillwillop Therapeutic Farm)
Wolcott, CT 06716 203-879-9485

This program is for counselors, social workers, guidance counselors, and other associated or related clinical staff. The purpose of this presentation is to gain knowledge and understanding of pregnancy and infant loss culture. It is tailored primarily for mental health professionals but any professional that may encounter a survivor of pregnancy and/or infant loss will benefit.

The loss of a pregnancy or infant is defined as the loss of a baby at any gestation up to one year of age.

 Some topics will include:


Rituals/Memory Making

Grief Myths

Living WITH (not moving on from) pregnancy and infant loss

Providing useful support to bereaved parents

Pregnancy and infertility after loss

Other resources


Amber Smiley, Program Manager at Hope After Loss, MFT


About Amber, in her own words: I’m Amber Smiley, the Program Manager at Hope After Loss which is a Connecticut based non-profit that supports those that suffer pregnancy and/or infant loss.

The loss of my son in 2013 lead me to work towards a master of marriage and family therapy and ultimately brought me to Hope After Loss. I’m working on contact hours and hope to be licensed in the near future.

I am wife to Chris, mother to Jasper and Phthalo. I like art! My people are the grieving people. I try to be kind always.

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