Supporting suddenly bereaved children and young people
A not-for-profit seminar essential for all those who may need to support a suddenly bereaved child or young person.
Tuesday 27 June 2017, Manchester (UK), Thursday 6 July 2017, Birmingham (UK) and Tuesday 18 July 2017, London (UK); all 9.30am - 3.30pm
We are delighted to announce that our ‘Supporting suddenly bereaved children and young people’ seminars will be held in three locations in 2017; in central Manchester, Birmingham and London.
These essential seminars will be led by a variety of field leaders, academics and expert practitioners, offering an excellent professional development opportunity for all educators, healthcare workers and counsellors supporting suddenly bereaved children. Attendees at these events will benefit from expert guidance, offering best practice advice on providing fully encompassing support to children who have suffered from the shocking impact of a sudden bereavement.
People bereaved by sudden death suffer terribly – whether it’s through a road crash, suicide, disaster, war, accident, or undiagnosed medical reasons. They are often left isolated, bewildered and traumatised and need specialist support to help them cope and move forwards with their lives.
Sudden is a charitable initiative sharing best practice, research and resources among professionals across the world working with people who are suddenly bereaved. Through this, we aim to help ease the suffering of people bereaved by any kind of sudden death.
We do this by offering:
- free e-bulletins for professionals
- online guidance and research papers
- seminars, training and webinars
- support literature for bereaved adults and children.
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