Karen Hulls: When Loss Gets Lost
This workshop explores childhood grief (i.e. death of a parent, sibling or significant other), which can affect children’s development, relationships, achievement, and later effectiveness in life. We will describe normal grief and the grieving process and then discuss how this may be compounded by complex trauma. The information will be useful for social & community services professionals, parents, foster carers, educators, and others working with children who are experiencing intense grief responses.
- Define normal grief and the grieving process for children & young people.
- Discuss common reactions to grief: physical, behavioural, emotional, social, cognitive and spiritual responses.
- Explore the link between childhood trauma and intense grief responses.
- Discuss the Adult Attachment Interview and how parents and carers can support children who are bereaved.
- Apply a range of healing strategies to support recovery for children & young people who are bereaved.
One Day Course
9.30 am – 3.30 pm
Please arrive and register by 9.15 am
PowerPoint slides and handouts.
Tea, coffee, biscuits and a light sandwich and fruit lunch will be provided. Please contact us if you have special dietary requirements
Links to NQS: QA5 and QA6
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