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Join us in Aberdeen for an interactive study day, which brings together those who support bereaved men and boys to share their knowledge, challenges and expertise. There will be input from Sean Humphreys from Child Bereavement UK, giving an insight into how men grieve and why we might need to challenge our common misconceptions in order to offer the best possible support. 

We will be joined by various speakers, sharing their experiences, including Laurie Dunsire, a bereaved parent and Ben Kane, a bereaved sibling. Graeme Young from PAPYRUS will share their work around suicide prevention and Shaan Malhotra, a Child Bereavement UK facilitator, will discuss processing childhood bereavement in adulthood. Further details and an agenda will follow.

25 April 2024: 10am to 4pm

Venue

The study day will take place, in person, at  Leonard Hotel and Conference Venue, Argyll Road, Aberdeen AB21 0AF.

Registration will be open from 9.15am and the welcome address from 10am. We aim to finish by 4pm.

Who should attend?

Suitable for any professional in Scotland who works with men, boys, and families who have faced bereavement.

Aim of the day

In this study day we seek to understand and raise awareness of the different ways that men and boys cope with bereavement. Bringing together those who work to support men and boys that face bereavement and providing you with the opportunity to share expertise, ask questions and discuss issues so that you are better enabled to offer support.

Cost: £20  

The study day is supported by the Scottish Government and because of this funding, we are able to offer tickets at the discounted price of £20. 

We encourage prospective participants to consider their own experience of loss and how it might affect them during training. Generally speaking, our training is not usually suited to anyone who has suffered a recent, significant personal loss or bereavement.

For further information please email the Training Department or call us on  01494 568908.

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