Bereavement Support

Training around bereavement support.

Cruse Bereavement Care

Bereavement counselling and care

If you are interested in setting up, getting involved with or running a bereavement support group or are a grief support facilitator, or would like to become one, or are simply interested in learning the skills required in supporting grieving people, this two-day course will be of interest and benefit.

Dr Bill Webster, Carol Crane and their team of trainers run Facilitator Training Programmes throughout the UK, and from time to time Rosedale Training invite them to conduct one in our local community.

This programme will be of interest to people currently leading support groups to complement their skills; to those who would like to learn how to facilitate support groups; but is also of great value to people involved in human resources, hospice, church ministry, counselling and other areas seeking to assist grieving people.

Participants will be expected to read Dr Webster’s manual including “Understanding Bereavement” and “The Guide to Good Grief Groups” (which is provided as part of your registration) before attending the two days.

The focus of the two days will be on learning and rehearsing facilitation skills in communicating with grieving people.

The course usually runs according to demand and needs 8-12 participants to make it viable.  Costs are usually £150-£180 per delegate depending on delegate numbers.  To discuss the training in further detail or to register your interest for when the next course runs, please complete the form below.

If you are interested in becoming a Cruse Bereavement volunteer and supporting bereaved people, Cruse run training courses throughout the UK, and you can find out more by clicking the link below.

http://www.cruse.org.uk/training/regional-training-courses-for-volunteers

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