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Grief & Bereavement Counselling e-Course: Discover the skills to navigate loss and support others in their grief. Ideal for counselling, social work, nursing, psychology, or related fields. Explore grief basics, attitudes towards death, the afterlife, and the link between grief, bereavement, and depression. Learn effective counselling techniques to aid grieving clients. Access valuable resources for those in grief. Gain insights to support clients on their healing journey. No prior experience required, but a passion for learning is essential.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
2 hours, 33 minutes
Total Lectures:
25
Total Students:
35
Average Rating:
4.5

Overview

Welcome to the 'Grief and Bereavement Counselling' e-course, where you will learn about dealing with the loss of a loved one and helping others who are experiencing grief. This e-course is perfect for anyone who wants to develop their skills in counselling, social work, nursing, psychology, or any other related field. In this course, you will be introduced to the basics of grief and bereavement, including attitudes towards death and dying, what happens when we die, and how depression can be related to grief and bereavement. You will also learn about the counselling process and methods for helping clients who are experiencing grief.

Throughout the course, you will explore various resources that are available for individuals who are grieving, including books, and other helpful tools. By the end of this e-course, you will have a better understanding of how to work with clients who are experiencing grief and how to support them in their healing journey. This e-course is designed for professionals and students in the counselling, social work, nursing, psychology, or any other related field, as well as anyone who is interested in learning about grief and bereavement. No prior experience is necessary, but a willingness to learn and explore the topic is highly recommended. Join us on this journey of understanding and compassion as we explore the challenges of grief and bereavement counselling.

What Will You Learn?

  • Introduction to grief and bereavement and the process of coping with loss
  • Attitudes towards death and dying and how these affect the grieving process
  • Understanding what happens when we die, and how this knowledge can help with grief counselling
  • Identifying and addressing depression related to grief and bereavement
  • Counselling processes and methods for supporting individuals experiencing grief and loss

Who Should Take The Course

  • Professionals or students who are interested in learning about grief and bereavement counselling.
  • Individuals who have experienced grief or loss and want to understand their emotions and learn coping mechanisms.
  • Individuals who work in healthcare or social services, such as nurses, hospice workers, therapists, or counsellors, and want to enhance their knowledge and skills in grief and bereavement counselling.
  • Individuals who want to learn how to support their friends or loved ones through the grieving process.

Requirements

As an e-course focused on grief and bereavement counselling, it is recommended that students who wish to enrol have a basic understanding of psychology or mental health counselling. However, there are no strict prerequisites required to take this course. Students who have experience working with individuals who have experienced loss, as well as those who have a personal interest in the subject, will benefit greatly from this course. As this course is entirely online, students must have access to a reliable internet connection, a computer or mobile device that can stream videos, and basic computer literacy skills.

Course Curriculum

    • About the Instructor & the Course 00:02:00
    • What is counselling: Introduction to Counselling Theory 00:07:00
    • Core Skills in Counselling 00:07:00
    • Counselling Approaches in Counselling 00:08:00
    • What is ‘Grief’ and ‘Bereavement’? 00:08:00
    • The Role of the Bereavement Counsellor 00:07:00
    • Beliefs that people held about ‘death’ and ‘dying’ 00:09:00
    • A child and adolescent view of death 00:06:00
    • Spirituality and Religion 00:07:00
    • The process of dying 00:06:00
    • Stages of Grief 00:07:00
    • What is ‘Complicated grief’? 00:09:00
    • Sadness Vs Depression 00:05:00
    • Grief Vs Depression 00:05:00
    • Types of Depression 00:09:00
    • Diagnosis of Depression 00:05:00
    • Treatments available for depression 00:07:00
    • Grief counselling: The loss of ‘self’ 00:06:00
    • Adjusting to violent death 00:08:00
    • Counselling the dying 00:07:00
    • Acceptance, Surrender, and ‘Letting go’ 00:05:00
    • Ending long-term counselling and follow-up 00:07:00
    • Thank You and Good Bye! 00:01:00
    • Resources 00:00:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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