I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you for creating the courses about infant loss. I am a bereavement support volunteer for Cruse Bereavement Care on the Isle of Man, and I asked to be enrolled and they’ve been so interesting and helpful to my understanding and I know it will help me to support anyone who has experienced this far better than I would without this invaluable training.
Bereavement Support Volunteer for Cruse Bereavement Care – Isle of Man
As a counselling professional I decided to take the courses available to broaden my knowledge around loss. The courses are packed full of information and lived experiences. I felt every moment throughout with the precious experiences and memories shared. As a counsellor it is vital to step into another’s world and these courses did just that. Both of the courses are extremely powerful, where a few weeks on I am still thinking about them. I highly recommended these courses where they are by far the best e-learning courses I have ever done in over ten years. I look forward to any additional courses that may be added in the future. Thank you once again.
Dawn Saxton- Counsellor
Chantal is a powerhouse of a woman who brings her own experience of her daughter’s death into passionate education for healthcare professionals. I did a training day with her a few weeks ago and if you ever get the chance to go, do (taking your biggest emotional capacity and a box of tissues)
Ellie Durant: Midwife Diaries and Author of “New Walk”
I have learned so much to take forward into my practice. This training is a must for all professionals!
Diane Gunner – Counsellor
What a powerful, informative and moving course Thank you for providing this opportunity
Courage to Change Counselling – Kathleen Currie
Thank you for this opportunity to complete your training, I have found it very hard in places, heartbreaking too but I feel more confident after completing it that I can offer better care.
India Brewis -Student Midwife
Bereavement is a topic that is not often discussed. After attending The Foundation of Infant Loss training day, I appreciate the importance of this within the role. I learned ways you should address a family who have experienced infant loss, as well as creating memories for them. You can never be prepared for this experience, but after learning ways of coping to keep composure, I feel I can support a family better than I could have before.
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