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    Supporting Children Affected by Suicide: Insights from Bereaved Children

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    Supporting Children Affected by Suicide: Insights from Bereaved Children

    Grief Support Services is proud to announce an enlightening workshop aimed at parents to better support children affected by suicide. Hosted by renowned speaker Dr. Shelley Brunskill-Matson, this session promises invaluable insights and practical strategies drawn from over 20 years of experience in suicide postvention and support.

    Parent Session Objectives:

    • Comprehend the significance of care and support from the perspective of a suicide-bereaved child.
    • Identify practical ways to support children to foster feelings of care and support.
    • Find solace and support in the shared experiences of fellow parents and caregivers.

    The session is free of charge, but space is limited, so please register in advance. It is advisable to secure your spot early to avoid disappointment.

    A second workshop Mattering-reinforcing Care: A New Approach to Supporting Children Affected by Suicide will be held on Friday 14th June from 9:30am to 12:30pm. This event is aimed at professionals including principals, teachers, counsellors, and other caring practitioners. For details, go to the Humanitix event here

    Dr. Shelley Brunskill-Matson brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to these workshops, ensuring attendees leave equipped with actionable insights to make a positive difference in the lives of suicide-bereaved children.

    For further information, please visit www.griefsupport.co.nz or phone 07 578 4480.

    Grief Support Services provides compassionate support and resources to individuals and families navigating the complexities of grief, loss, and suicide bereavement.

    For more information about Dr. Shelley Brunskill-Matson, please visit www.shelleybrunskillmatson.com




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