How to support those who are bereaved.

About the course

This session offers you the opportunity to explore grief and loss in the workplace and how do we support those who are bereaved. Whether that is the person, those important to them or ourselves.

In this session, the concept of grief and loss (as not just about death) will be examined and put into context so it can be applied to everyday thinking, what it means to us, how it can affect relationships and common reactions to grief. Using supportive and creative learning, we will explore persistent myths that may stand in the way of appropriate care, where we can go for help and most importantly looking after ourselves in the workplace when dealing bereavement.

This course will be cross-referenced with developments in national practice so you will be able to transfer your learning when and whether you move to a new work environment.

Who is this course aimed at?

All professionals (including care workers, domestics, cleaners, chefs/cooks) who work in an environment that supports people who are nearing the end of life.

Where next?

Each session can be attended as a stand alone or in conjunction with one another to create a whole course:

Any other requirements?



Gina King

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