Bereavement Workshop with Irish Hospice Foundation
This workshop explores the journey of grief and loss for individuals who have experienced loss in various ways not just through death. It will illustrate ways that can enhance coping for the bereaved individual and help them process their grief. The workshop will help participants to understand the normal reactions to grief and loss and explore how reactions can be more complex and require greater interventions. Contemporary theories and models of grief and loss will be explored. The workshop will be experiential in nature and suitable for both professionals and those working with people who have experienced loss and bereavement.
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2024
Time: 09:15 – 16:15 GMT
On completion of the workshop participants will:
- show enhanced skills and knowledge of grief and loss in various situations
- reflect on the impact of loss in one’s life through the experiential element
- show a greater understanding of the working models of grief, thus providing frameworks for the experience
- apply the learning to various losses in our present changing times
Brid Carroll is a qualified Psychotherapist and Counselling Supervisor with a special interest in bereavement and loss. She holds a Masters in Bereavement Studies from RCSI Dublin and a Postgraduate Certificate in Childhood Bereavement from St. Christopher’s Hospice London. Brid is presently working in the south east with families and children experiencing loss through bereavement, illness and separation. She is a contributor to Irish Hospice Foundation’s workshop series and Professional Certificate in Children and Loss. Brid is presently the Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network and a member of the Steering Committee of the Family Bereavement Network of Europe. She has delivered information talks throughout Ireland on grief and loss and has worked with many parents, families and children who are grieving the loss of their child, parent or sibling.
To register for this event, please do so on Irish Hospice Foundation’s website or their Eventbrite.