About Grief Recovery Program
The GSP Grief Recovery Program was designed to address the impact of grief and loss through educational and therapeutic support using the Grief Recovery Method, Children's Grief Support Groups, Children's Grief Summer Camps, and interactive workshops and presentations.
- •Grief Awareness Workshop - An evidence-based session that brings awareness to grief and the 43 different types of loss one can experience in their lifetime.
•Grief Awareness For Leaders and Managers - An evidence-based session to equip leaders and managers with practical tools and tips on how to relate with those who are grieving in the workplace.
•Grief Debriefing - Individual or group session that is a safe place for grievers to talk about the individual who died, how the loss has impacted them, and the concerns or struggles they may be facing. During this session, we will also provide tangible tools to support them on their journey.
•Grief Recovery 7-week One-on-One Sessions - One-on-one sessions designed to help the individual griever complete their relationship with the pain, isolation, and loneliness caused by significant emotional loss.
•Grief Recovery 4-week Support Group (Intermediate Level) or 8-week Support Group - A supportive group setting for grievers to connect with and learn from others who have experienced loss as they complete their relationship with the pain, isolation, and loneliness caused by significant emotional loss .
•Helping Children with Loss 4-week One-on-One or Group Sessions - The HCWL program teaches adults how to help their children or the children in their care, talk about their losses, and to give voice to the feelings they experience.
•Restoring Hearts Children's Grief Support Group - Grief support groups are for children and teens who have experienced the death of a family member. The goal of the group is to assist the child /teen with the grieving process by providing support and education about death, grief, and coping.
Restoring Hearts Children's Summer Camp -The Children’s Grief Summer camp aims to develop resilience in children between the ages of five to ten, affected by grief. Resilience is the ability to “bounce back” in the face of adversity, trauma, or tragedy. Young people have different understandings of death and expressions of grief, thus the camp aims to meet their diverse needs.
Categories: After-school / Summer School Programmes, Charity, Counselling, Education, Emotional Problems, Health - Mental, Support Group