Palliative care and grief workshop
Date & Time:23rd October 2016, 9.30am - 4.30pm
Location:The Old Rectory Clinic
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The World Health Organization has voiced an opinion that, “expert, palliative and end-of-life care are a top priority for global health care” (Wu, Volker, 2011).
In our ‘usual’ therapy practice we see clients who are ready, or nearly ready, to address their issues. This is rarely the case in someone who has been given a terminal diagnosis. This workshop looks at the careful approach to developing therapeutic alliance with the client, It will also look to help you understand the stages people go through after a terminal diagnosis and the theory behind hypnotherapy for care of someone who is dying.
This full day workshop is being delivered by Dorothea Read and Dipti Tait who are both full time Clinical Hypnotherapists and very popular visiting lecturers who regularly delivering talks and workshops throughout the country.
The workshop costs £75.00 and includes the following:
- All accompanying training notes.
- Certificate of Attendance - this event counts as 7 Hours of CPD.
- A delicious locally sourced buffet lunch.
- Refreshments mid-morning and afternoon.
- Free parking.
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This Palliative Care and Grief Workshop helps us to help our clients. We will cover the following points illustrated with case studies and examples where possible;
- Brief definition and history of palliative care
- Understanding panic and how to help
- The use of hypnotherapy, through initial consultation to the client's death
- Self-care for therapists
- Bereavement/grief aftercare for the living.
About the host
Caroline Huish is a full time Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist. She is also an NCH and AfSFH Accredited Supervisor. Additionally, she is Practice Manager of The Old Rectory Clinic; a multi-disciplinary complementary healthcare clinic serving the community of South Gloucestershire and North Bristol.
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