The Economic case for trauma informed bereavement counselling for parents who have experienced peri-natal loss

The Economic case for trauma informed bereavement counselling for parents who have experienced peri-natal loss

O’Shea, Nick (1), Burgess, Karen (2) (1) Chief Economist, Centre for Mental Health, UK (2) CEO, Petals, UK. Background: This study examines a practitioner-led,1-1 tested and structured counselling response to the trauma of loss that is delivered in the UK by Petals. It examines the costs and outcomes of the service to determine the economic benefit of Petals’ counselling programme. It investigates how treating trauma, as well as grief, leads

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Experience of a support circle for women as a mechanism of resilience in mourning for neonatal and gestational death

Experience of a support circle for women as a mechanism of resilience in mourning for neonatal and gestational death

Forero Rubio, Valeria (1), Muñoz Carrillo, Angela María (2) (1) Tamá´s mother, Politologist, doula, and leader of the Circle of knniting and love in mourning, (2) Juan Isaac´s mother, lawyer, doula of death, leader of the Circle of Knitting and love in mourning and founder JIC Fundación de apoyo ante la muerte gestacional y neonatal. Introduction: We will present the experience personal of the circle of support called “Circle of knitting

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