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    Navigating Pet Bereavement Webinar


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    Event description

    Are you grieving the loss of a pet or supporting someone who is? Join our webinar for insights, healing strategies, and community support.

    Hosted by Griefline, and facilitated by experienced Grief Counsellor, Candice Mace. 

    What we'll cover

      Understanding grief:
      • Exploring disenfranchised grief and its impact on mourning a pet.
      • The unique challenges and complexities of pet loss across different life stages.
      Euthanasia decision:
      • Addressing the grief and trauma of deciding to euthanize a pet.
      • Coping mechanisms tailored to individual attachment styles.
      Emotional support:
      • Share your thoughts, feeling and emotions in the chat for validation and support.
      • Guided mindfulness exercises by Candice Mace for self-compassion.
      Continuing bonds:
      • Practical tips for memorialising and honouring your deceased pet.
      • Ideas for creating memorials and engaging in rituals.

      Why Attend:

      • Gain valuable insights into the grieving process.
      • Learn effective coping strategies.
      • Discover meaningful ways to remember and honor your pet.

      Join us on this journey of understanding, healing, and remembering together.

      Free event

      This workshop is free of charge, but donations to support our ongoing efforts in providing compassionate support to those grieving the loss of a pet would be greatly appreciated. 

      About the facilitator Candice Mace

      Workshop facilitator Candice Mace



      Candice brings personal experiences with grief to her work, igniting a deep interest in clinical psychology, particularly in the realms of grief, loss, and trauma. Passionate about assisting individuals facing prolonged grief disorder, complex grief, pet loss, and other forms of disenfranchised grief, Candice creates a nurturing and collaborative counselling environment. Drawing from person-centered and trauma-informed cognitive-behavioral approaches, she empowers clients in their grief journey. With academic credentials including a Bachelor of Psychological Science and a Bachelor of Psychology (Honors), Candice is currently pursuing her Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology), demonstrating a dedication to scholarly advancement. Her research efforts, recognised with accolades, focus on grief and hold potential for practical applications in public health. Motivated by her own experiences of loss, Candice advocates fervently for compassionate support during times of grief, emphasising its pivotal role in healing and personal development.


      Why Choose Griefline?

      Choosing Griefline means investing in your personal development, while championing a greater cause. Every dollar spent on educational content funds free services and resources for Australians struggling with grief and loss. With over 100,000 accessing our programs and services each year, Griefline relies on the generosity of individuals like you to continue our mission to normalise grief, foster courageous conversations, and empowering communities to grow from loss. Join us in making a difference today.


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