Learn about inter-generational suppressed, unresolved grief and its relationship to mental health challenges and suicide prevention.
Informed by the Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief, this training will equip participants with a variety of knowledge, skills and practical strategies to support people at risk and avert the escalation into mental illness and make a meaningful difference towards mental illness and suicide prevention.
This three-day program is aimed at training individuals from all walks of life as well as organisational groups.
Our training caters for people at all levels of cultural understanding. It is interactive and varied to maximize learning experience and outcomes.
Your Facilitator - Rosemary Wanganeen
You will learn from a facilitator who brings 30 years of personal and professional experience with loss and grief from an Aboriginal perspective. Grounded in her lived experience your facilitator will apply it as a 'case study'. Rosemary will present the Seven Phases to Integrating Loss & Grief model as the foundation to creating and maintaining good mental health and in so doing, hypothesizes loss and grief can be a prevention to suicide.
The 'Seven Phases' is a unique model offering a ‘deep and meaningful’ learning opportunity. The 'Seven Phases' is an exploration of Rosemary's research, methodologies and theories and presents practical grief strategies to avert the escalation into mental illnesses and suicide.
The workshop is designed for anyone with an interest in gaining proven strategies to address inter-generational suppressed, unresolved loss and grief. Using the 'Seven Phases' Rosemary will show how these forces left unaddressed can forge a pathway into mild, medium and severe mental illnesses.
It will also impart basic but valuable strategies to inspire the service provider to greater confidence when working within local Aboriginal communities.