Reflective Support Session for Funeral and Bereavement Professionals

A safe facilitated event for bereavement and funeral professionals to share and reflect on their own wellbeing

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During the past two years of Covid, we have all experienced unprecedented times.  

Some of us have coped better than others but what Covid has left us with is a new future which we are all still learning to live with as well as we can.  As part of learning to deal with difficult situations, we have a new opportunity to join an initial Reflective Support session with an experienced practitioner who is currently working within the funeral sector.   

Kate Spohrer has a wealth of experience in this area and has run Reflective Support groups in the health and education sector for several years.  She has worked as a funeral celebrant for 14 years and is also a qualified Spiritual Companion. 

Kate has offered to run an initial enquirer meeting to introduce the concept and benefits of Reflective Support. You are invited to join this initial gathering for Funeral and Bereavement Professionals to share, learn and experience the benefits of Reflective Support.   

We would welcome your thoughts, support and attendance.  

Refreshments will be provided. 

Date: Monday 4th April 4.30-6pm 

Venue: Mary Stevens Hospice Day Unit, 221 Hagley Road, Oldswinford Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 2JR 

When you come in through the main gates, please turn left to the car park, then walk back to Day Service Reception to sign in. 

Please ensure you have completed and registered a lateral flow test before you attend to show to the person on Reception in order to be allowed in. Please also wear a mask when you are moving around the building. 

Please register your interest to attend the taster session through Eventbrite here 

If you would like any further information, please email 

This event is being led by Kate Spohrer and hosted by DMBC Public Health and Mary Stevens Hospice  

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