For Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal health professionals who want:
- an awareness and understanding of the factors driving what is commonly referred to as “Aboriginal Disadvantage”.
- an awareness and understanding of Aboriginal perspective on loss, grief and suicide.
- practical loss and grief strategies to respond effectively to mental health issues in Aboriginal communities.
- an understanding and awareness of aboriginal perspectives on the rights, roles and responsibilities of health professional working with Aboriginal communities
- practical strategies to ensure culturally safe workplaces
- an awareness and understanding of how to work effectively with other service providers, Aboriginal
The Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief model is the basis of all the programs to describe the human cost that can’t be quantified by the written word through statistics, news articles; written policies, practices and procedures and reports.
“Rosemary’s course has exceeded my expectations. Her Loss and Grief model can be applied to all mental health clients, regardless of their race and culture. Annabel Roach”
Meet your Facilitator
Rosemary Wanganeen is the Institute’s founding CEO and proprietor. Established in 1993 as the Sacred Site Within Healing Centre, it became the Australian Institute for Loss & Grief in 2005. Counselling, workshops are based on Rosemary’s unique and innovative Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief model.
To know more about this workshop and other related topics please log on to our website lossandgrief.com.au.
If you wish to register for this Workshop, please complete the AILG Registration Form and email back to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or alternatively give us a call on 08 8341 5557 if you require further information
The venue will be in Adelaide and will be advised shortly.