Memorial Woodlands Seminar and Lecture Series: Understanding Loss, Grief and Bereavement
Tuesday 3rd March, 10am- 1pm, Memorial Woodlands
Facing the loss of someone we love is a very painful experience. As professionals in End of Life Care, we will be faced with the grief of others as well as our own. Creating more understanding of grief is an important part of helping the healing process.
This half-day workshop on Understanding Loss, Grief and Bereavement will help you understand the impact of grief, the current theoretical approaches to loss and gain insight into the diversity of experiences in relation to bereavement.
Places are free for local professionals working in End of Life Care but limited to 20 for this workshop.
About the trainer
The training is being delivered by Mireille Hayden, founding partner, Gentle Dusk. Mireille is a Chartered Health Psychologist by training and Senior Manager by experience. She has 20 years of experience in the Health Service. She has worked on the development of training programmes for HospiceUK, NHS England as well as a variety of private and NHS organisations. Originally a commissioning lead in end of life care for North Central London, she now dedicates her time to empowering professionals and communities around death, dying and bereavement. She brings a unique energy and enthusiasm to this taboo subject combining knowledge and techniques from psychology, experience of healthcare services and patient and family support in end of life care.