We recommend this course before progressing to any of the further modules. It is designed to provide an understanding of how grief affects children at different developmental stages, introduces some key theories of grief, explores the role of attachment and will enable you to develop the confidence to open up a useful dialogue with a bereaved child.
This course aims to
- Provide a general awareness of bereavement related issues and the grieving process
- Develop a basic understanding of how a child’s stage of development will affect their experience and understanding
- Explore practical ways to apply that knowledge and offer effective support
Who should attend?
Anyone working with young people in social care, health and education including youth workers, clergy, emergency services, funeral directors and counsellors.
Wednesday 30 January 2019 – Crawley
Time: 9.30am – 1.30pm
£85 per delegate
Meet the trainers
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Pip graduated at the Tavistock Clinic and worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the sphere of child & adolescent mental health. Her area of special interest is the impact of Attachment on brain development and behaviour. She currently works privately for Surrey County Council and Jigsaw South East as a trainer and supervisor.
Simply download and complete a booking form and send with payment to the address shown on the form.
Patrons: Sir Edward Davey MP and Tony Tobin.