This webinar is for grief friends, volunteers, and other helping professionals working to support grieving people while also balancing their own grief experiences and needs. It’s common for grieving individuals to find themselves in a position of providing grief support to other people. A few situations where you might find yourself supporting other grievers include: helping friends and family who are grieving, in-person support groups or workshops, online blogs and support groups, volunteer scenarios, and in professional capacities.
Personal experiences with grief and loss can provide grief-support people with valuable insight, compassion, and understanding of what it means to navigate the rough waters of life after loss. However, as grief-support people come into contact with the grief stories, experiences, and emotions of others they need to keep things like balance, boundaries, and self-care in mind. These topics, as well as other related topics, will be discussed in this webinar event.
Thursday, March 28, 2019
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm EST
[Accessing the webinar is simple. Instructions will be sent out via a reminder email the day before the event.]
What if I can’t make it live?
Registration includes an invitation to participate in the live webinar as well as access to a recording and notes page that can be viewed whenever and as often as you like. Details on how to access the recording page will be sent out on the Monday following the event.