26/01/2022 at 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
Better Mental Health
The stories we tell and are told a narrative approach to death and dying
Date: 26th Jan 2022
Time: 9.15-1.30 pm
Location: Online (zoom details will be sent prior to course commencing)
You will need to download the most recent version of Zoom ‘5’ to your device and check your camera and microphone are working before the course. To prevent any delays you must log into the zoom room at 9am
This training is a community approach that aims to develop a shared understanding of grief that allows us as a community to support each other . Where as a community we can provide support and comfort through our increased understanding, where people do not feel judged or viewed as ‘stuck’ or ‘ill’ but feel supported by a community that understands the importance of continuing bonds with those we grieve for.
This is indeed a difficult time and although the training may be timely – we are aware that it is also highly emotive therefore we ask that you do not attend this training if you are recently bereaved.
Increase understanding of grief and its impact upon us.
Increase Understanding of the function of grief (death as meaningful/ relationship with death) the legacy of our loss
Increase Understanding of continuing bonds and its link to individual and community narratives
Increased self-awareness to listen and to talk about grief (or when not to)
Increase confidence in talking about death and dying utilising a Continuing Bonds approach
Please ensure you are able to complete the full course before booking as not attending, leaving the course without explanation or cancelling within 7 days prior to the course commencing will incur a £50.00 cancellation fee.
This event is fully booked.