New training launched in Worksop to support bereaved children

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Parents and professionals can take advantage of new free training sessions in Worksop to help children cope with grief and trauma.

The Children’s Bereavement Centre are a local charity providing free support services to local children and young people to ensure they receive the right kind of help and guidance at one of the most devastating times in their lives.

The Children’s Bereavement Centre (CBC) provides free specialist support for children and their families affected by the death or terminal-illness of someone important to them. The charity help improve a child’s mental health through helping them to understand the feelings and anxieties created by the trauma of losing a loved one.

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Kate Baxter, CEO at the CBC said: “We understand how difficult it is to support a grieving child or young person. Many parents and carers have said to us that they would like to increase their understanding so they can feel confident in knowing what to do and say, as well as learning how they can look after themselves to provide the support and guidance needed at home. As the local bereavement experts, we have therefore developed some free training, to complement the other free services with offer to local families who have been bereaved.“

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The sessions for parents/carers and will be free to attend on April 12th at Oak Tree Children’s centre and 13th July 2024, Christ Church, Thievesdale Close, Worksop 10am to 12.30pm.

Sessions will also take place at the Oak Tree Children’s Centre, Mansfield at 10am to 12.30pm on Saturday April 12.

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