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Irish Hospice Foundation Mindfulness, Self-Compassion and the Journey of Grief

Irish Hospice Foundation 




Mindfulness, Self-Compassion and the Journey of Grief

Places are still available on the ‘Mindfulness, Self-Compassion and the Journey of Grief’ online workshop on 17th June, further details and booking and payment procedure can be found on the following link:-

Through a combination of presentation and experiential exercises this workshop will consider how mindfulness techniques can be used to resource both the bereaved and those who support them on the grief journey.

Learning Outcomes
On completion of the workshop participants will:
• be familiar with current mindfulness-based bereavement care models
• experience how mindful practices can deepen therapeutic presence and help maintain practitioner well-being
• learn simple practices to use with bereaved clients

Presenter Profile
Dr Susan Delaney, is a Clinical Psychologist and Mindfulness teacher. Susan has practiced, taught and published in this area for over 20 years.


Professional Certificate in Children and Loss (Level 9)

Bereavement programmes have never been more relevant. The clinical practice pathway is for those working therapeutically with bereaved people. The second pathway is a general education route for participants who work in other areas of bereavement care including education, management, policy and support.

We are now accepting applications for the 2022/2023 MSc Loss & Bereavement and MSc Loss & Bereavement (Clinical Practice) programme

We are hosting an online Open Evening to talk about the MSc programme. We will have a selection of our lecturers and module coordinators to give short presentations on the topics they lecture on.

Professional Certificate in Children and Loss – Irish Hospice Foundation<>

The closing date for receipt of completed applications for the MSc programmes is Tuesday 31st May 2022.