Time to Reflect and Acknowledge Moral Injury

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For ICBN members and friends, lets take the hour to pause, let us regroup to honour and acknowledge our experience during this pandemic.

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This one hour session (12.30-13.30) in advance of Bereaved Children's Awareness Week is an opportunity to reflect for professional working with children and families. Now that at this stage of the pandemic, many are feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. You are leading out every day with compassion to others, this is an opportunity to take some time to show compassion to yourself.​

The adults who can support bereaved children need to be nurtured so they can bring them under the wings of supportive services . There is a real danger that bereaved children’s needs will be forgotten, lost and overshadowed.  

So sign up and join us to take a breath between what has happened & what may come.

This session will be facilitated by Ursula Bates BA. MA. Psych.

After you register for this event you will be sent an email with a zoom link in advance of the 10th Nov.

Any questions email icbn@hospicefoundation.ie


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Organiser Irish Childhood Bereavement Network (ICBN)

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The Irish Childhood Bereavement Network (ICBN) works to promote the voice of bereaved children & young people in Ireland, acknowledging that theirs has traditionally been the silent voice of grieving. ICBN supports professionals to deliver high quality accessible bereavement support; signposts families and carers to information and bereavement supports; informs the general public regarding issues involved in childhood loss; advocates for bereaved children, young people and those supporting them and generates new ideas and approaches to improving bereavement support for children.

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