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Pluralistic Counselling for Loss and Grief Part 3: Working Pluralistically with Complicated Losses Workshop with Dr. John Wilson PhD.

Session 3: Working Pluralistically with Complicated Losses Including working with bereavements by suicide, accidental deaths,...

Last updated 3 June 2024

Session 3: Working Pluralistically with Complicated Losses

  • Including working with bereavements by suicide, accidental deaths, sudden deaths from failed health, child loss, stillbirth and miscarriage.
  • Working with loss from life limiting illness, including dementia and cancer.

Course Content

Pluralistic Counselling for Loss and Grief Part 3: Working Pluralistically with Complicated Losses Workshop with Dr. John Wilson PhD.

Presenter

Dr John Wilson

Dr. John Wilson PhD. John has specialised in bereavement and loss for 20 years, as a counsellor, supervisor and trainer. He is author of Supporting People through Loss and Grief: An Introduction for Counsellors and Other Caring Practitioners.

He completed his PhD in 2000 after six years of case study research with bereaved clients. John is a visiting research fellow at York St John University and Director of Bereavement Services at York St John University Counselling and Mental Health Clinic.

Since early March, John has taken a close interest in adapting the outcomes of his doctoral thesis to supporting clients bereaved of a loved one from Covid-19 and those bereaved from other causes during the lockdown.

With other counsellors he runs a closed support group on social media, for those bereaved during the Covid-19 pandemic.