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Talking about Loss and Mortality
Wed 7 June 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 BST
The day will focus on what it means to be thinking about mortality and loss. The workshop will provide a structured approach to conversations around loss and end of life issues, using coaching skills. The aim of the course is to generate a skillset to promote confidence and increased resilience to anyone working in this demanding field.
We are excited by the opportunity to share this learning, and to support participants in having conversations with anyone who is grieving or experiencing a significant loss. We hope participants will find the course practical and energising.
No previous coaching experience is necessary, and we welcome anyone working with significant loss and end of life issues, including healthcare professionals, clergy, hospice workers, counsellors, coaches and funeral home workers. The course is limited to twenty people.
Previous participants have said:
'...focussed sections with little waffle and relevant 'bite-size' learning'
'...the inclusiveness and gentleness of the conversations and facilitation allowed particpatin easily. Great to have multi-professional views.'
'...I found the whole day interesting and challenging - certainly I have re-though my practice and have many challenges ahead!'
Drs Naomi Craft and Sue Morrison are Executive Coaches, GP trainers and supervisors with extensive educational experience. They both bring a felt personal and professional knowledge to Coaching for Loss.