On March 25th I am honoured to be one of the interviewees in the beautiful new film by the Good Grief Project, “Beyond the Mask”.
My interview for the Good Grief Festival 2021 is still available to watch on the Good Grief Channel. A year-long subscription to The Grief Channel will get you on-demand access to 40+ hours of content from Good Grief Festival 2021 (and even more from the 2020 Festival), all for just £20. You’ll also get access to The Grief School featuring regular monthly events with Julia Samuel and others, and a huge catalogue of talks, workshops and webinars. And, most importantly, you’ll be funding future Good Grief events!
The winner of the Bill Cashmore Award 2020 is Alfiah Brown with her play Pic N Mix. We have skipped a year of production due to Covid but it will go ahead in March 2022.
Sasha BatesYour donations will support this fledgling Award and enable it to continue for another year, and hopefully for many more years to come. This will mean you are ensuring that great art by young people gets seen and heard - art that might otherwise never make...
On December 4th I am running my workshop for therapists online via WPF. From 10 – 4 it provides 6 hours of CPD.
Languages of Loss has been getting great coverage across different media.
Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival starts this week. On Saturday May 9th, I am being interviewed by Dipti Tait about Languages of Loss, and about all the new losses we are all experiencing thanks to Covid-19.
Some random thoughts on how reminiscent this time of lockdown and isolation is to bereavement. Here are some lessons I learnt in the early days of grief that might be helpful now.
“Finding Ways to Express Grief” – my one-day workshop for therapists will now be taking place online on its original date, April 18th, 2020.