Coping with Bereavement

If you have lost someone close to you and are struggling with grief, you can read up on the stages of bereavement. This section will help you understand grief in order to help you make sense of your feelings. Although this is different for everyone, some advice on the death of a parent, child or if you have been bereaved by suicide may help you through this hard time.

Coping with Bereavement Useful Resources

We have over 80 branches across England, Wales and Northern Ireland that provide grief...
This webinar aims to introduce attendees to the impact of bereavement by suicide and how...
This training will give delegates a better understanding of how a bereavement can impact...
Our Helpline is run by trained bereavement volunteers, who offer emotional support to...
This training gives attendees an overall understanding of the impact of bereavement and...
This training will give your organisation a better understanding of how a bereavement can...
Trained volunteers are available to offer confidential, practical support and information...
This training provides a greater awareness of the impact of bereavement and grief on...
This includes: Raising awareness of depression and Aware NI services at a wide range of...
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We’re excited to announce the launch of Grief First Aid, training that will empower your...
We offer one to one sessions with one of our trained bereavement supporters. These...
This training provides a safe space for people to explore the topic of grief and loss...
FOSL Bereavement Support Group provides the opportunity for its members to meet and...
This training will inform how you manage bereavement in the workplace and how your...
Learn to manage negative thoughts and look at problems differently