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Understanding grief and bereavement

The loss of someone close brings a whole range of feelings and emotions. And whilst each person’s grief is different, we share some general advice on how to support someone who has experienced a bereavement.
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What will I learn from this session?

  • What grief is
  • What the common bereavement responses are
  • What was grief during the pandemic like
  • What are the most helpful things for a bereaved person and what should I avoid
  • What I should say and not say
  • What managerial factors I should consider

About the webinar

Losing someone close to us is one of the most difficult experiences we have to deal with in our lives and nothing can quite prepare us for it.

When grief strikes, it can affect us in a remarkable variety of ways, many of them unexpected.

This webinar aims to provide an understanding of grief and the impact it can have. It recognises the difficulty many of us have in talking about loss and identifies the best ways to support someone that has experienced a bereavement.

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