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If you are visiting this page in response to a personal bereavement we are truly sorry for your loss and pray that you may find some help and comfort here during this difficult time.

The information below gives details of "The Bereavement Journey" course and how to book a place. Below are the details about the course and how to register.

The course is being offered as part of a UK wide initiative to provide the course during the Covid-19 pandemic in every country and city. 

If in the interim period, you would like to talk with a Grief Counsellor please click here to find out information about organisations that can help you further.

About the course

Working through grief and the loss of a loved one takes a long time. The Bereavement Journey course is for anyone who is bereaved, whether recently or dating back several years.

Topics covered include:

  • Attachment, separation and loss
  • The impact and pain of bereavement
  • Adjusting to change
  • Anger and Guilt
  • Coping with other peoples reactions
  • Moving forward healthily
  • And an optional 6th session on the Faith perspective.

Each session includes two short talks followed by an opportunity for discussion in small groups of 6-8 people.

Watch Short Introduction Video

To watch a short introduction video about the course please select here.

Course Dates

We have recently finished the most recent course, which was on Wednesday evenings, weekly from April 27th. This course is now finished, but we will probably be running another in the Autumn.

If you are not local to Warfield and are hoping to benefit from "The Bereavement Journey" course in your own locality the details of courses in your area can be found at here or at the "At a Loss" organisation website here.

Course attendee feedback

"I guess it made me realize it's OK to feel the way I do. That everyone's journey is different and that's OK."

"It's given me the opportunity to process my feelings and to share my personal bereavement journey with others and theirs with me"

"I've probably learned things about a bereavement that I'd not previously considered"