Therapy and thinking “Both – And” by Dr Helen Sinclair, Principal Clinical Psychologist
11 June 2019
Thinking about anniversaries
Traumatic bereavement by Michael Appleton, Senior Psychotherapist/CBT Therapist
11 June 2019
How do we join up two pieces of our lives when we disagree with one of the parts? When a death is preventable, sudden, random or traumatic, it creates enormous conflict. We know something terrible has happened but we can’t take it in. It’s as if a line has been drawn between the world we knew and the world we are entering; we can’t go back and we don’t wish to go forward. Yet the part we cannot accept keeps intruding, reminding us of our loss, our anguish, our fear and confusion.
Background NHS brief to Parliamentary Debate on Grenfell
06 June 2019
These are the figures for the Grenfell Health & Wellbeing Service (emotional help, trauma, bereavement, for all ages).
Looking after yourself ahead of the Grenfell anniversary (children and young people)
29 May 2019
We've published a leaflet with information and tips that young people may find helpful as we approach the Grenfell anniversary.
Looking after yourself and others worksheet
15 May 2019
We’ve published the Looking after yourself and others worksheet for you to use with the leaflet of the same name.