Working with Death & Dying
Brief outline of the seminar
This 2-day seminar is designed to provide an introduction to the issues surrounding the subject of death and the process of dying and how to work effectively with the dying or bereaved person.
Part lecture, part-experiential, the workshop has been created with the therapist in mind and constructed to provide delegates with not only extremely useful information on the subject, but with ways of working with the bereaved and the dying.
In order to be more effective when working with the bereaved and dying, participants will be asked to explore some of their own experiences of loss—whether that loss be a person or a beloved companion animal.
- early loss and attachment issues and how this affects our attitude to endings
- theoretical models of death & dying
- theoretical, cultural and spiritual perspectives on death & dying
- working cross-culturally
- how our own unfinished grieving can be a distraction
- issues likely to present
- experiential exercises on death & dying
- experiential exercise to help with the grieving process
- working with someone who is dying
- use of creative imagination to facilitate the process of endings.
Cost of workshop circa £210 for 2 day workshop. A training manual and certificates of attendance will be distributed and this seminar will count towards 12 hours of CPD.
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