Welcome to my blog.  My name is Caroline and I’m a PhD researcher focussed on bereavement and grief.  I have extensive client hours supporting the bereaved, facilitating bereavement support groups, running workshops and delivering training in grief.

I was commissioned by Jessica Kingsley Publishers to write an accessible book on grief which will be published on the 21st November, 2017.  The book ‘Grief Demystified’ is suitable for all bereaved people and any professional working with the bereaved.  The book is to be published worldwide.

I have particular interests in grief after miscarriage, termination, stillbirth and neonatal deaths and am certified with The Foundation for Infant Loss Training.  I am also conducting research with adolescent and disenfranchised grief.  I am also a Trustee for a charity that supports the bereaved after road deaths and facilitate a programme for victims.

All content within this blog is copywrited and may not be reproduced in any way without my permission.  If you have any queries on my research, bereavement in general or would like to enquire about any of my workshops or training courses, please contact me.

Twitter: @TheGriefGeek

Email: thegriefgeek@yahoo.com

Copyright The Grief Geek. All rights reserved.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m so sorry to read about your loss of Jake. Your blog is beautiful; in words and visually so I’m honoured that you have taken the time to visit my very new, novice blogs. Thank you so much for offering to reblog, I’m humbled. I shall follow your blog and reblog your beautiful words too. Thank you for connecting with me. Caroline

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