Bereavement Awareness training

Cruse Bereavement Care offer bespoke training and Bereavement Workshops.

Many people feel apprehensive when they meet a friend, client or colleague who has been bereaved. They feel they don’t have the right words to say, or are unsure how to behave. If this is how you feel then this workshop is for you.

You will learn how to better support someone following a death. Bereavement Workshops will provide a strong understanding of bereavement issues and the factors affecting the grieving process. You will find out the do’s and don’ts of what to say and do when providing sympathy and support following a death.

For further information on how to access a Bereavement Workshop or bespoke training contact Cruse Bereavement Care on 028 9079 2419, Email or visit:

In addition to training and workshops, Cruse Bereavement Care also offer:

  • Free leaflets available to download, or from local offices or the Cruse Regional Office (028) 90792419

  • Individual face-to-face bereavement support from a trained bereavement volunteer

  • Bereavement Support Groups

  • Confidential day-to-day freephone helpline 0808 808 1677

  • Advice, support and information for parents and carers supporting bereaved children and young people

  • Face-to-face bereavement support for children aged 4-18

  • For young people, a freephone helpline 0808 808 1677 and online access to information and support at

Please click here for contact details of your nearest branch to arrange face to face support.

This service is provided by Cruse Bereavement Care. For more information on this organisation please read their full profile.


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