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Topics Around Grief: The Myths of Grief

September 15 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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There are plenty of myths about grief such as “You’ll get over it” or “When you’re not crying, you’re not grieving”. In this session we will unearth many myths, why some (or many) of those myths can trouble us, and consider what we’d prefer people to know and believe about grief and bereavement. Please bring along any myths you feel need some scrutiny!

Feel welcome to arrive any time after 2pm to settle in, have a coffee and chat. We will commence the session at 2.30pm sharp.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Topics Around Grief sessions are different from TCF support group meetings, focussing on a particular topic, rather than “where we are at in our grief”. If you are new to TCF and the experience of discussing your grief, we highly recommend you first attend group meetings for a period of time, as Topics Around Grief sessions have a singular focus and cannot meet all needs. For group meeting details, please feel welcome to call us on 9888 4944 / 1300 064 068

The Facilitator of “The Myths of Grief”: ANDREW WEATHERHEAD is the President of TCFV. He is the bereaved father of MAX, 26, and bereaved brother of CAROLINE, 62. Along with board membership, Andrew has been a central driver in the development of TCFV’s public speaking and community education programs. Andrew is a retired Physiotherapist, with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio), a Post-Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy and a Level 4 certificate in workplace training and assessment.

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Details

Date: September 15
Time: 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost: Free
Includes:
Afternoon Tea
RSVP:
Places are limited to 15 people. You need to be a member of TCFV to attend.

Venue

TCFV Centre
229 Canterbury Road
Canterbury,VIC3126Australia
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Phone: 03 9888 4034

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