If you’ve lost a loved one or know someone who has, you’ll probably know there’s no such thing as grief. It can be incredibly isolating, disorienting, painful, and long-lasting. It can be all of these, or none. Grieving is a personal experience, and we don’t share the same journey.
In this masterclass with a licensed counseling psychologist Dr Chloe Paidoussis-Mitchell, you will first learn what grief is, then how to move through the experience for healing and acceptance. Chloé will offer you a framework and a safe space to process and better understand grief, which will help you manage your own or support a loved one.
You’ll discover why relying on ‘coping mechanisms’ may not be the healthiest way, how emotional repression can ‘escape’ and why there is no ‘repair’ sorrow, nor shortcut. Instead, you’ll discover a deeply compassionate guide, with tools and resources you can turn to whenever you need them.
This course is for…
What is mourning?
The different types of grief, e.g. acute, chronic, participatory, traumatic
How does grief affect us?
Framework for understanding grief
Strategies for coping with grief
Links between grief and mental health
Questions and answers
Dr Chloe Paidoussis-Mitchell is a mental health expert, specializing in grief and loss. She runs her own private clinic and works with clients around the world to help them find life again despite pain, anguish, suffering and loss. She has authored a number of articles on grief and traumatic loss and her psycho-holistic therapy work has been published in books and academic journals. Dr Chloe is a lecturer and supervisor at the New School of Psychotherapy & Counseling and the Existential Academy in London and has been a guest lecturer and moderator for a number of mental health programs including the University’s Executive MBA of Cambridge. In addition to her academic work, Dr. Chloe is a regular consultant to the private sector, providing grief and mental health advice to law, finance, banking, retail and consulting groups to help them create work cultures that normalize bereavement responses and promote psychological safety for all impacted. Dr Chloe is passionate about raising awareness on how to support mental health and wellbeing in times of crisis and change and is a frequent contributor to the mental health debate, with recent appearances on CNN, BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show and local BBC radio.
Dated: Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Time: 6:30-8:30pm BST
Price: £49 (plus £2.83 booking fee)
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