Grief workshops

Grief workshops

Creative Grief Coaching

When: 4 month programme runs throughout the year
Where:  online
Web: Creative Grief Coaching

Kara Jones and Cath Duncan lead this 12-module, 4-month programme. It’s been developed from their personal experiences of learning to live wholeheartedly after loss, as well as over 20 years of collective practice as helping professionals. Cath and Kara will guide you through the 12 modules of perspective-shifting ideas and creative tools, and several guest members will teach their ground-breaking research and creative practice models.

Child Bereavement workshops

When: various throughout the year
Where: across the UK
Contact: 01494 568900

The Child Bereavement Charity is the UK’s leading national organisation that supports families and provides training to professionals across the entire spectrum of child bereavement.
We support families and educate professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, and when a child is facing bereavement.
We also provide ongoing professional support to bereaved children and families and support individuals and organisations that become involved with these families – through our training workshops, over the phone, via our website or face to face.

Bereavement workshops

When: various: 9.30am – 3pm daily
Lead by: Roger Lloyd and Jacky Ross
Where: Dagenham
Cost: £60
Web: Phoenix Counselling Service
Contact: 020 8595 9633

Methods and techniques to manage feelings of grief, abandonment, loss. Exploration of root causes of excessive grief and experience of ‘stuckness’ in mourning. A look at theory, practice, life style and assessment of need.

Dealing with Death, Living with Loss

When: various
Lead by: Siddhisambhava and Team
Where: Taraloka Buddhist Retreat for Women, Shropshire
Cost: suggested donation: £144/£112/£88
Web: Taraloka
Contact: 0845 3304063 or 01948 710646

This retreat is for anyone who has experienced bereavement. Almost by definition, loss is transformative. On this retreat we will explore our experience of and response to our losses, look at the Buddhist attitude to life and death, prepare more for death practically, see how we can integrate all this into everyday practice (including – if not especially – our meditation) and find more meaning in and enthusiam for our life.


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