Welcome to GriefLink, an information resource on death-related grief for the community and professionals. We hope the information on this site will be helpful to all visitors.

As the site is based in South Australia some information about support services and educational activities is specific to that State.

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The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement offers quality education and training opportunities for health professionals, students, volunteers and any other individual or agency desiring to enhance grief and bereavement knowledge and practice. Education and training programs are offered as seminars, workshops, courses, conferences, webinars and customised training that meet the specific needs of organisations and agencies.

An upcoming webinar'Grieving the Loss of an Animal' will be held Tuesday 27th March 2018

Human-animal loss experience may result in the bereaved individuals being highly vulnerable to insufficient societal support and unresolved grief. This webinar aims to explore the phenomena of grieving after the death of a companion animal and provide ideas and strategies that can be effective in offering support to those who are grieving. This is an Introductory level webinar designed for anyone working with those who have experienced the death of a companion animal, such as veterinarians, vet nurses, counsellors, teachers, therapists, psychologists and other allied health professionals.

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Page last updated 20 March, 2018