Emotional Loneliness in Pre and Post Bereavement

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Join us to learn more about pre and post bereavement from leading experts and experts by experience.

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"Emotional loneliness originates from the absence of an intimate figure or a close emotional attachment. Social and emotional loneliness often occur due to reduced social activities (Aartsen & Jylha, 2011) or loss of the partner (Utz et ak., 2014), among other situations."

This webinar has been organised as part of the Macmillan Cruse Project. One of the aims of this joint project is to understand and raise awareness of information and support which effectively supports individuals before and throughout bereavement. The webinar will address emotional loneliness in pre and post bereavement and also in the context of the Covid -19 pandemic. Those who have experienced emotional loneliness will discuss how they coped. We will also hear from Brian Lawlor, Professor of Old Age Psychiatry and Deputy Director of the Global Brain Health Institute at Trinity College, Dublin, Professor Roger O'Sullivan, Director of Ageing Research and Development and Professor Gerry Leavey, Director of the Bamford Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing as they discuss the effects of emotional loneliness.


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