Facilitator

Good Grief Speaker, Mireille Hayden

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.

Mireille Hayden is a Chartered Health Psychologist. She founded Gentle Dusk, a socially-minded partnership that works with communities and the workforce to lift taboos around death and bereavement and to raise awareness of the importance of end of life care planning.

Mireille has 20 years of experience in the Health Service and has worked on the development of training programmes for HospiceUK, NHS England and a variety of private and NHS organisations.

Originally a commissioning lead in end of life care for North Central London, Mireille now dedicates her time to empowering professionals and communities around death, dying and bereavement. Mireille brings a unique energy and enthusiasm to this taboo subject, combining knowledge and techniques from psychology, experience of healthcare services, and patient and family support in end-of-life care.

Mireille provides expert input into areas relating to death, dying and bereavement on TV, print and in scientific journals. Her appearances and publications include BBC News Worldwide, Sky News, Arte, New Scientist Magazine, BBC Radio and local newspapers and magazines.

Mireille works in partnership with Memorial Woodlands in Bristol to provide free training to professionals around death, dying and bereavement.

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