The WARM Place is excited to host our next Grief Talk Webinar on Friday, October 14th from noon-1pm. Our upcoming webinar, “Companioning: How to Support Individuals Who are Grieving” will help provide helpful information to support children and families grieving the death of a loved one, discuss helpful strategies to address common grief reactions and emotions, and supply helpful self-care activities and grief resources.
This presentation is designed for anyone wanting to support someone in their grief including school personnel, healthcare workers, and community members. Registration for this webinar is now open.
In addition to our upcoming webinar, The WARM Place provides numerous trainings and workshops. Our Grief Talks are educational opportunities that focus on strategies and tools to support grieving families. We offer a variety of grief topics that include:
Children’s Grief – Provides information about what children and adolescents experience after a death loss, how to talk to children about death, and explores age-appropriate understanding of death.
Helpful Activities – Provides activities that will help explore feelings, share memories, tell their stories, and develop healthy coping strategies after a death loss.
Grief and Bereavement – Provides an overview of grief and bereavement, discuss common myths about grief, recognize when support is needed, discuss how to provide support, and explore what to say after a death.
Self-Care – Explores ways to make self-care a priority and provides strategies to increase self-awareness and healthy coping.
Providing Grief Support to Families – Addresses the common question, “how can I help,” and ways to best support friends and family after a death loss.
Providing Grief Support in Schools – Helps teachers, school counselors, and administrators provide support to children who are grieving in a school setting.
If you want more information about our Grief Talk presentations and other community outreach and educational opportunities or if you are interested in requesting a speaker please click here or contact Dana Minor, M.S., LPC-S, CSC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“By walking with your family, friend, coworker or acquaintance in grief you are giving one of life’s most precious gifts.” – Dr. Alan Wolfelt