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Working with children who have experienced grief and loss

Working with children who have experienced grief and loss

Loss can come in many forms and have a profound effect on all of us and our relationships. This training discusses the impact of grief and loss on young people’s brain development, emotional states and behaviours. It offers interventions and creative pathways to help young people manage the overwhelming feelings that come with loss and support them to keep seeking relational connections in times of grief.

Emma Connor

Emma has a Masters degree in Integrative Child Psychotherapy, which she studied at The Institute for Arts and Therapy in Education, Emma is accredited by the UKCP. As well as practicing as a child psychotherapist and supervisor in Primary schools Emma is a Director, consultant and trainer for Your Space Therapies Limited.

Emma has worked with children for over twenty years starting her career in therapy by working for Childline. Emma then went on to specialise in bereavement work by working for CRUSE bereavement care and providing support for children and adults. Emma’s background is mostly in education having worked as a specialist attachment teaching assistant during her psychotherapy training, and she has had extensive experience in working with children who have learning disabilities and emotional difficulties.

Emma is a senior lecturer and a member of the exam panel for the Child Psychotherapy Masters and Child Counselling Diploma at The Institute for Arts and Therapy in Education.

Emma was a finalist in the FPM International Medical Writing awards 2020 following her successful blog for PESI UK, ‘Supporting Schools After Lockdown.

Event Information

Event Date 06-07-2023 5:00 pm
Event End Date 06-07-2023 6:30 pm
Individual Price £20 + Eventbrite booking fee
Location Online
Categories CPD live stream events

Company Information

Company Registration 11457893
Palladium House, 1-4 Argyll Street,
London, United Kingdom, W1F 7LD