We all experience loss at different times in our lives. Grief is a natural reaction to losing someone or something we care about. But how can we cope with the hurt and pain and confusion that loss and grief bring? And how can we support those with disability who are coping with loss and grief?
This workshop is designed to help participants better understand the loss and grief process; to develop ways to cope with personal loss and grief and to better support others who are experiencing loss and grief.
Date: Monday 21 July 2014
Diploma Courses Information Session
Tuesday 25th March at 5:00pm
Can’t decide between the Diploma of Disability and the Diploma of Community Services Work contextualised in Person Centredness?
Tossing up whether to enroll in face-to-face or online learning? Need to take that next step?
The purpose of this two day workshop is to provide an introduction to the theory and practice of person-centred facilitation. Opportunities will be provided to practice facilitation strategies and action methods suitable for leading groups, delivering training and giving presentations. The course delivery will model facilitative teaching.
Date: Thursday 29th and Friday 30th May 2014
Location: Gourlay Basement, Trinity College, University of Melbourne, Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria
Facilitator Ray Murray