CPD training on working with bereavement and loss
This is the fourth of a series of CPD sessions for counsellors and other professionals held at East Riding College and lead by a qualified counsellor.
Working with bereavement and loss is a form of psychotherapy that aims to help people cope with grief and mourning following the death of loved ones, or with major life changes that trigger feelings of grief (e.g. divorce, or job loss).
- Those who are working or would like to work with bereavement and loss.
- An interest in understanding about different emotions.
- Happy to look at it in an open and honest way.
- Happy to take a confidentiality agreement within the class.
A minimum of 15 students with a maximum of 30 students.
If you would like some more details about this series of CPD sessions, please send an email to: counsellingCPD@eastridingcollege.ac.uk
About the host
PTLLS course, level four.
Diploma in counselling study and skills.
Bachelor of arts degree (BA) in counselling studies.
I have just completed level two - understanding autism.
Level two in Principles of working with individuals with learning disabilities.
I teach level three and four at East Riding College.
This is my fourth CPD for the college.