Supporting people after sudden death including COVID-19

Sudden Bulletin: Substance Misuse Webinar - 24/06/16

We will be holding a free to attend webinar on Wednesday 2 November, exploring the relationship between sudden bereavement and substance misuse.

This vital training opportunity will 
feature input from experts in providing effective support to people suffering from substance misuse following a traumatic bereavement.  

This event offers a great chance for practitioners to engage in global discussions with a leading UK academic, and places are going fast. Read on to find out more and book. Don’t forget you can contact us anytime This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 01484 559909.

Jack Kushner
The professional engagement team

Substance misuse and traumatic grief webinar

2pm - 3.30pm GMT, Wednesday 2 November, online 

In this essential webinar, presented by leading academics and practitioners, speakers will explore the relationship between bereavement and substance misuse. The potential for all forms of sudden bereavement to lead to substance misuse will be explored, and an organisation specializing in supporting people through substance misuse will present advice and best practice in supporting suddenly bereaved people suffering substance misuse issues.

Topics will include:

  • Social aspects of bereavement and grief
  • An overview of the '5-step' method of intervention, and how this can be used to support relatives and children
  • Discussion for the potential of all forms of sudden and traumatic bereavement to lead to substance misuse

Confirmed speakers at the event include:

  • Lorna Templeton, research officer, University of Bath

This webinar is free to attend. 

Find out more.
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