Creative approaches to support bereavement and loss with children
The day gives you advice, tools and resources to help you support children who are experiencing grief related to a death and other forms of grief (parents separating etc.)
During the day you will learn a range of creative approaches (using the arts, movement, music etc.) to support children during difficult times
Ensuring a child has good mental health is just as important as ensuring they have good physical health.
This training will provide you with the information and strategies to ensure that you can support pupils mental health following a bereavement.
This training will give you:
* the confidence to talk to your pupils about death, grief and loss
* an understanding of the emotions they are experiencing
* an understanding of why they are reacting and behaving as they are
* the information and tools to support them through difficult times
* creative approaches to help children work through their grief and manage their emotions
Quotes from previous delegates -
“Brilliant grief and bereavement training day. We all need to be prepared so that the pupils get the support they deserve. Thank you, Sarah. A great day that was super useful.”
“We cannot thank you enough for providing this valuable and much needed training.”
“Thanks so much - I found the course reaffirming and so positive in light of the subject being discussed.”
Course delivered by -
Sarah Helton - Education Consultant (former deputy head teacher) who specialises in bereavement, grief and loss. Author of A Special Kind of Grief The complete guide for supporting bereavement and loss in special schools (& other SEND settings) and Remembering Lucy (A children's story book about grief and bereavement in a school) and trainer for Child Bereavement UK. With Peta Griffin a certified Grief Recovery Specialist (former head teacher).
To book contact -
Telephone 01823 476958