Talking Compassionately about Death, Dying, and Bereavement

 A course to resource staff who communicate with bereaved people as part of their role.

This will build confidence and develop awareness of sensitivities around the topic of grief.

Talking Compassionately about Death, Dying, and Bereavement – course content: 

  • Develop an understanding of how common grief emotions expressed in the early days (anger, guilt, blame) can affect functioning and communication
  • Identify skills to apply to these conversations, enabling you to communicate compassionately and congruently
  • Raise awareness within your team, of the impact of working with bereaved clients regularly, and how to manage individual self-care and build resilience alongside colleagues.

This course can be delivered through video conferencing for up to 12 participants per session.

All courses are delivered by one of our Training Team, who are professional trainers specialising in mental health, bereavement and trauma.

Duration:

2.5 hours

Cost:

£600 for a maximum of 12 attendees.

To book or for further enquiries:

T: 01738 444178
E: training@crusescotland.org.uk

 

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