Supporting an individual during end of life, grief and beyond.
This course awards eight CPD credits and a CPD Certificate, both days must be attended to gain the certificate.
The training is delivered over two consecutive days, both days run from 9.30am until 12.45pm
Session 1 - Tuesday 23 February, 2021
Session 2 - Wednesday 24th February, 2021
Why should I engage in this course?
Speaking about death, experiencing loss and managing grief can be a challenging, painful process both for the individual with a diagnosis and for those left behind.
This course openly explores individual feelings and belief systems about death and commonly used Models of grief. It also equips the individual with the skills to speak more openly about experiences of death and grief, exploring the helplessness of sitting with hopelessness.
The course aims to enhance the learner’s ability to offer support to another and also to oneself. It is open to anyone who wishes to explore their own existential questions but is also ideally suited to those working within the Health & Social Care sector, middle managers who have responsibility for a team and those who offer psychological support to others.