Julia Samuel: When the Worst Happens – Coping with Grief + Crisis

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

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This event will be available to view from 09:00 on Saturday, March 27th until 20:00 on Sunday, March 28th.

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Duration: 60 mins

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What is grief, and how can you support an individual and their family when someone they love dies?

Julia looks at the impact grief can have on all members of the family, including children. She introduces ways of coping with grief and crisis and offers insight into how you can help those experiencing bereavement.

Julia also looks at grief’s healing and transformative potential.

Julia Samuel 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.

Praise for Grief Works:

‘Psychotherapist Julia Samuel’s case studies provide vital and compelling insights into bereavement’ (The Guardian).

Praise for This Too Shall Pass:

‘This touching, beautiful book is full of insight into navigating challenging and transformative crossroads moments in our lives’ (Waterstones).

 


Facilitators

Julia Samuels MBE, Good Grief

Julia Samuel MBE

Milly Chowles

Milly Chowles