Community Links Training courses for June 2019

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Community Links has a very busy month ahead delivering some great courses for you.

They will be looking at suicide prevention, CBT as well as adult and youth mental health.

On the 21 June, they will be delivering one of their new courses Understanding and Working with Loss.

The aim of this one-day course is to introduce participants to loss as an essential part of human experience and to practices that support people moving though their loss experiences.

At the end of the course participants will:

  • Understand what loss is, and how this relates to grief and bereavement
  • Understand problematic grief
  • Have practiced key skills for working with loss
  • Have reflected on experiences of loss and working with loss to support practice development

Loss is thought to be a universal human experience and so is going to be at least part of any helping contact.

This course is for health, social care, clinical, therapy and HR practitioners who may or do come across people experiencing loss.

A theoretical and conceptual approach to loss underpins practice reflection and high levels of participants and skills practice. This session will be delivered by Dr. Bill Penson.

June courses are as follows:

For bookings or more information please contact Community Links

Tel: 0113 273 9660 | Email:

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2019-05-15T11:15:14+00:00 15th May 2019|0 Comments

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