- Category: Vocational training & education
The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement has scheduled training workshops across Australia, including a series entitled "Supporting and Communicating with the Bereaved". to be held in NSW, Victoria and WA.
Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
• Gain an overview of Grief and Loss theory
• Learn how to communicate effectively and compassionately with bereaved people
• Develop confidence talking about difficult and sensitive matters
• Understand Self-care and its impact
The Presenter: Mary Bryant
Mary Bryant has worked as a social worker, lecturer and counsellor for thirty years. Mary is currently the Manager of a Bereavement Counselling Service at a leading Sydney Hospital. In other roles Mary has worked with people who have been diagnosed with cancer, people with a dementia diagnosis and their carers, people who experienced significant health challenges , as well as those in palliative care , supporting people who were dying and their families. . Mary is passionate about normalising reactions to grief which are too often misdiagnosed as anxiety disorders. Mary hopes to educate in a way that reduces fear and builds confidence in anyone that has an experience of grief or loss. She believes the human spirit is capable of extraordinary things when it is supported to be its truest self.
Prices - Early Bird Pricing Announced
ACGB is pleased to announce that we now have an early bird price point available for our remaining workshops in 2019. We have decided to introduce early bird pricing to make our workshops more accessible for those in the industry.
Early Bird Pricing:
- $295.00 for ACGB Members
- $340.00 for non members
Links to course details, pricing and dates
|Supporting and Communicating With the Bereaved||NSW||4/09/2019|
|Supporting and Communicating With the Bereaved||VIC||6/09/2019|
|Supporting and Communicating With the Bereaved||WA||11/09/2019|
Click here fo a full list of current aorkshops and courses schecled by Australian Grief and Bereavement