Grief & Loss Support Group (7:00PM)
Time & Location
About The Event
Grief is one of the most common human experiences. It is not possible to go through life without suffering losses. As common and natural as it is, we are not trained to deal with loss. Most people are more inclined to ignore it or push their feelings to the side, in the hope of "getting on with it", We tend to see grief as interfering with life, rather than being inviting to it.
"Grief is an invisible thread that connects all our hearts"
So we have created this safe space to explore this topic.
This Support Group will be facilitated by Dr Nancy Nsiah, Clinical Psychologist.
Dr Nancy Nsiah is a Clinical Psychologist with a passion for supporting minority ethnic communities to access culturally sensitive psychological therapies. Dr Nsiah works both in private practice and within Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) supporting professionals and service users across the lifespan. Alongside working with communities to bridge the gap between physical and mental health, outside of clinical practice, Dr Nsiah has independently established a mentoring initiative to address the underrepresentation of BAME professionals across the Clinical Psychology profession. She has facilitated workshops within community and professional organisations and spoken on panels about the importance of cultural sensitivity and diversity being embedded in the culture of the workplace. She was previously the London region Equality and Diversity lead within a leading mental health charity.
Support Group 1: 6:00pm-6:50pm
Support Group 2: 7:00pm- 7:50pm
There will be two Support Groups running on Thursday 29th Novemeber. Please note: there are only 10 spaces available for each support group and you will only need to attend one group.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This online support group will be hosted on Zoom, further detail will be sent following registration.