Upcoming Events

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Ceremony (Dubbo)

15 October 2020

Online

NALAG NSW will host an online remembrance ceremony on Thursday 15 October 2020 to commemorate all the special little lives lost too soon. Attendees will have an opportunity to light a commemorative candle in memory of loved ones. More information coming soon.

Seasons for Growth (Dubbo)

Term 4 2020 (Click 'More info' to register your interest)

NALAG Dubbo Branch, Dubbo NSW

Group sessions to support children and young people (6-13yrs) experiencing loss. Seasons for Growth, developed by Good Grief, incorporates a wide range of age-appropriate activities involving drawing, role-play, stories, discussion, playdough, music and journal activities.

'Accidental Counsellor' Training (Online)

26-27 October 2020

Online (via Zoom)

“A must for anyone who interacts with human beings!” 

Presented by Mirna Tarabay (Psychotherapist), this interactive online training aims to develop the knowledge and skills of workers in the human services field sector to effectively support people who are distressed.

Bereavement Support Group (Taree)

Postponed until further notice (pending NSW Health advice)

The Taree Bereavement Support Group meets on the second Tuesday of every month. It is an open group, facilitated by an experienced Counsellor, and suitable for anyone who has suffered the death of a loved one. Participating in a bereavement support group can help you to normalise the grief journey and reduce feelings of isolation as you listen and share personal experiences with others.

Promoting Resilience in Older People Workshop (North Sydney)

Date TBA

North Sydney NSW

What makes older people resilient? Why are some people ageing with a great sense of freedom and others with a sense of despair? This one-day workshop - based on a strength-based approach - will explore these questions and identify strategies that promote a culture of resilience as you provide support for older people. The workshop presenter, Beate Steller, will share her extensive knowledge, clinical experience and practical approaches and methods throughout the day including the Tech – Connect – Staying Meaningfully Connected in Aged Care program that she developed.

NSW Head Office:

7 Welchman Street

Dubbo NSW 2830

Australia

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