Ask Julia – The Death of a Child

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This event will be available to watch on The Grief Channel from Friday, April 2nd.

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Date: Thu Apr 15th

Time: 7:00 pm

Duration: 60 mins mins

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“What makes me most sad is when I think about my son Eddie. I loved him very, very much but he died anyway.” Michael Rosen.

Join Julia Samuel as she discusses the most profound loss of all – the death of a child. For the first half of this session, Julia will explore the grief experienced by bereaved parents and in the second half, she will invite questions from the audience.

One of the UK’s leading psychotherapists, Julia is the bestselling author of Grief Works and This Too Shall Pass, as well as founding patron of Child Bereavement UK. 

Please note – this webinar will be recorded.

Image (c) Jimmy Edmonds, The Good Grief Project

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Facilitators

Julia Samuels MBE, Good Grief

Julia Samuel MBE

Facilitator Dr Lesel Dawson

Dr Lesel Dawson