Grieving the Death of a Spouse or Partner
Wednesday, 1 September 2021 at 7.00pm AEST
the unique challenges experienced after the death of a spouse or partner (at any age)
impacts on family relationships
strategies to cope in the first few months and in the years to come
people experiencing grief and bereavement following the death of a spouse or partner
anyone supporting someone who is grieving the death of a spouse or partner
We will discuss a range of topics including:
There will be a live question and answer session.
This session is suitable for:
Are you wondering if what you're thinking or feeling is normal?
Do you want to learn strategies to help you understand and manage your grief?
Are you supporting someone who is grieving?
In this live, online information session I'm partnering with Nathan MacArthur from Sydney Grief Counselling Services, to answer your questions. We discuss key ideas and challenges following the death of spouse or partner, and provide practical strategies to cope.
Will people be able to see me?
These sessions take place online using a program called 'Zoom'. You are welcome to attend the session with your webcam and microphone switched off. Questions can be asked using the 'Chat' function, which allows you type messages. You will be able to see and hear the presentation and remain completely anonymous if you wish.
Can family and friends watch the session with me?
You are welcome to watch this session with as many members of your household as you would like. You do NOT have to buy additional tickets for each person watching on the same device. Feel welcome to invite friends or family who don't live with you to register for their own ticket.
How much does it cost?
We offer this event for the fair price of A$37.00. A recording will be available for 30 days.
If you are experiencing financial hardship and cannot afford to pay for this session, email firstname.lastname@example.org
People who attended previous sessions said:
"The flow of the presentation felt very natural. Grief is a huge topic to cover and the way that it was broken down made it feel digestible and understandable. The session was very informative and my wife and I found it useful and beneficial."
"I viewed your last grief session, and found it to be so warm, and comforting really. Nothing takes the pain away really, but listening to you was like you knew what journey I would be on."
"Thank you so much for this session. This was my 3rd session and I found this one in particular really valuable"
"Your presentations styles are warm and you convey your expertise in a very empathic way."