Irish Hospice Foundation - 2020 Workshops on Loss and Bereavement  - January to June

First workshop commencing 30th January 2020

Venue Irish Hospice Foundation, Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau Street, Dublin 2, D02 YE06
Event Date 30 Jan 2020 - 30 Jun 2020


January – June 2020

This is a series of introductory workshops. They are targeted at professionals and volunteers who may wish to learn more about loss and bereavement and for those working with people who have experienced a major loss. and

Topics covered are as follows:

  • Overview of Loss and Bereavement
  • Schools and Loss
  • Supporting Bereaved People
  • Support for the Suicide Bereaved
  • Loss and the Impact of Family Breakdown on Children and Adolescents
  • Children and Loss
  • Grief and Social Media
  • Working with Adults Facing Death
  • Illness and Loss: Living with the Seen and Unseen
  • Supporting Adolescents Through Grief and Loss
  • Difficult Conversations – A workshop on how to deliver bad news
  • Communicating in Challenging Circumstances – An introductory workshop on communication skills for front line support staff
  • Loss and Grief in Later Life
  • Prolonged Grief Disorder/Complicated Grief: What is it and how can we help?
  • Homicide and the Impact on the Family
  • Paving the Way for ADMA (Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015
  • Loss and Bereavement in Addiction
  • Grief in the Body
  • How to Support Employees who are Bereaved – A workshop for HR Teams and Line Managers
  • Viewing Transgender Identities Through an Ambiguous Loss Framework
  • Mindfulness, Self-Compassion and the Journey of Grief



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