Julia Samuel on The Guilt Monster: Grief’s Complicated Sidekick

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Date: Sat Mar 27th

Time: 12:15 pm

Duration: 60 mins

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One thing that is almost as inevitable as death is the guilt we experience after the death of a loved one. Could we have done something differently, or more often? Could we have devoted more quality time to them? Is there something we wish we’d said or done…or not said or done?

Regrets can be hidden away in shame and can fester, sometimes holding us back for years following the death of a loved one. In this enlightening discussion, Julia Samual MBE seeks to demystify the role that guilt plays in bereavement. She will offer her expert insight, wisdom and compassion to those who are struggling with guilt in grief.

Julia Samuel MBE is a paediatric counsellor and one of the UK’s leading psychotherapists. She was awarded an MBE in 2015 for her services to bereaved children. Julia is Founder Patron of Child Bereavement UK and is a Vice President of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Julia has authored two bestselling books, Grief Works and This Too Shall Pass.


Facilitators

Julia Samuels MBE, Good Grief

Julia Samuel MBE

Facilitator Dr Lesel Dawson

Dr Lesel Dawson