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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 counselling@warwick.ac.uk or call 024765 23761
Date

Workshop full to capacity please register your interest for future dates.

Click here to book a place.

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.

...it is a nice and confidential space