Grief & Grieving: Looking after Ourselves & Each Other When the Worst Happens
Loss and grief are universal experiences that will impact us all at some point in our lives. However, grief is sadly very misunderstood within society, which can leave those who are grieving feeling alone and isolated at a very vulnerable time. In this webinar, we will explore some of the historical context of death and grief, acknowledging the differences that exist between different cultures. We will also share evidence-based information that will help to validate and normalise the spectrum of emotions that occur when someone experiences any form of bereavement.
In this 60-minute webinar created and delivered by a leading clinical psychologist, delegates can expect to:
- Explore the different psychological models and theories that help us better understand grief and grieving
- Discuss what happens when a loss is sudden and traumatic
- Understand the differences between and overlap of grief and mental health difficulties
- Explore how to navigate the initial weeks and months following a loss, including returning to work safely
- Think about how to best support ourselves and our colleagues when they experience a bereavement.
How it works:
- Length: 60 minutes.
- Capacity: Up to 500 virtual attendees.
- Facilitator: A clinical psychologist with 20 years experience.
- Logistics: This webinar is delivered via Zoom or a webinar platform of your choice.
This workshop is a popular choice for organisations who have sadly experienced the death of a colleague and wish to offer some support to grieving employees.