Grief and Loss Courses
These courses are primarily focused on equipping social service workers, therapists, religious / pastoral staff, frontline workers, medical workers and volunteers on how to assist clients who face grief and loss. These courses will teach people-helpers how to help their clients cope with the grief of losing a loved one, and strategies on how to healthily process their thoughts and emotions to find closure and continue life after loss.
These courses are suitable for those who are working with people or families facing an impending loss, or those who have lost loved ones due to age, sickness, or accidents. This includes those in the medical field, as well as in the human and social service sector.
Some of the topics covered include grief counselling, death anxiety, complicated grief, guilt, anticipatory grief, breavement, coping mechanisms, and other various aspects of grieving and mourning. They are helpful for understanding and addressing the complexities of grief in different contexts.