A new workshop from Victoria Hospice Bereavement Services provides a supportive, creative way for people in bereavement to explore their experiences of grief through various art media.
The Cultural Humility at the End of Life program is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of volunteers and staff (nurses, physicians, social workers, counsellors, health care aides) who care for diverse people with life-limiting illnesses.
A 7-week support group focused on bereavement following the death of a loved one, facilitated by a Victoria Hospice Bereavement Counsellor. This group includes both sharing and support, as well as grief education.
A six-week Exploring Grief through Creativity Group for people who want to explore their grief in a supportive, creative setting using various art materials starts Sept. 15.
The Victoria Hospice Palliative Care Intensive (PCI) course invites participants from a broad scope of professional practice to learn a variety of approaches to end-of-life care.