Explore issues encountered by those whose work brings them into contact with families faced with an uncertain future for their newborn.
Explore the impact of the death of a child on a family and build your confidence and skills when communicating with and supporting grieving families.
Gain understanding of how the traumatic nature of a death may impact grief and learn how therapeutic opportunities can clear the way for the grieving process.
Develop understanding of the facilitation process; the skills needed and how to provide constructive feedback when leading a bereavement group.
Explore creative ways of helping children express themselves and communicate when someone important in their life is dying or has died.
Develop practical skills to work with bereaved children and young people in separated or fractured families.
Develop your skills as an experienced facilitator in challenging situations; self-awareness; group dynamics; empathy and intuition when leading bereavement groups.
Increase your understanding and build confidence in communicating sensitively with parents. Supporting the HTA codes of practice; around consent; donation and post mortem.
Develop a greater understanding of the skills needed to supervise practitioners working with bereaved families.
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