Brid Carroll, Chair of ICBN, met with MEP Brian Hayes to advance the prospect of a Family Bereavement Network for Europe. We are delighted to have support at this level in Europe and are hopeful that funding will become available to develop such a network.
“The challenge facing Guidance Counsellors is to discover how best to help the bereft student by finding out what helps them most. No single model of bereavement or grief is recommended above any others, as all have various components that may be useful. An important aspect of the Guidance Counsellor’s role is to listen and
The Professional Certificate in Children and Loss brochure for 2016/2017 is now available click here for brochure or here for more information.
If you are helping a bereaved child read our new fact sheet on helping a bereaved child to cope with Mother’s Day here
Advice from Jannah Walshe, psychotherapist, on helping a young person to deal with grief. Click here for more
Anam Cara Galway we would like to invite you to the launch of the Anam Cara Information Pack. A key resource developed by bereaved parents for bereaved parents and organisations in contact with families after the death of a son or daughter.
Christmas can be a particularly difficult time for some people. Watch Susan Delaney talk to the journal.ie on how to support someone who is bereaved at Christmas. If you or someone you know might need support over the Christmas period the following supports are available: www.samaritans.org