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Coping With Bereavement

  Coping with Bereavement
Who is it for? Students who have experienced the death of someone close – a parent, friend, boy/girlfriend, sibling, etc
Content In this session you will cover:
  • Sharing with others to look at their experiences too
  • Developing some useful ways of thinking about bereavement
  • Thinking about some differences between simple and complex loss
  • Exploring how these might relate to how you feel
  • Recognising how grief fits into the student experience
What will I get out of this? By the end of the session you will have gained an understanding of:
  • Some sense of being less alone in your loss
  • A chance to express and explore in a safe environment what you feel
  • A number of possible ways to think about loss
  • The opportunity to think about ways forward for you
Led by A counsellor from the Counselling Service (name tbc)
Questions? Contact the Counselling Service Administrators by email at or call 024765 23761

Click here to register your interest

Location Upon arrival please report to our Reception, Counselling Service, Westwood House, Westwood Campus (grid reference J5) Interactive map

Quotes from the workshop evaluations:

It was very helpful to understand how grief effects
you. Also learning how others do as well. Very useful.

The workshop was useful in contextualising loss on a sociological and a personal level.

It was helpful to realise the stage I am at in my grief. is a nice and confidential space