Facilitator

Andy Langford, Good Grief Facilitator

If you enjoyed our events, a year-long subscription to The Grief Channel will get you on-demand access to 60+ hours of content from Good Grief Festival 2020 and soon 40+ hours of content from Good Grief Festival 2021 for just £20. You’ll also get access to The Grief School featuring regular monthly events with Julia Samuel and others, and a huge catalogue of talks, workshops and webinars which you can filter to provide you with relevant content specific to your experience of grief or bereavement. And, most importantly, you’ll be funding future Good Grief events! All events from Good Grief (March 27th and 28th) will be available with captions from Friday, April 2nd.

Andy Langford is the Clinical Director for Cruse Bereavement Care – the largest bereavement charity in the UK. Andy leads on Cruse’s direct support to bereaved people in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. Andy was Cruse’s senior major incident responder for the Manchester bombing, the London Bridge attack and the Grenfell Tower fire, and directly coordinated Cruse’s involvement and support for bereaved and traumatised people who have been affected by these tragic incidents.

Andy has worked in the voluntary sector for over 20 years. This includes 17 years in bereavement (four and a half of those for Cruse). Andy is a qualified Integrative Counsellor, Life Coach and Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, and has an MSc in Voluntary Sector Management from Cass Business School. Andy has practiced independently as a therapist, and currently provides training for organisations and staff/volunteer groups, particularly in the area of suicide prevention. He has been an accredited member of the BACP for over ten years.

Am I Grieving Right?

Is This The Age of Grief?

How to Support Someone Who’s Bereaved

Grief School: Delayed Grief

Grief School: Suicide