7 March @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
We are excited to announce that we are back with our Quarterly Webinar Series for 2023!
Our first session of the year will be on ‘From compassion fatigue to renewed hope and resilience‘ held on 7 March 2023, 2:30-3:30 pm (Singapore time)! It will be a live one-hour session with a Q&A segment at the end with the speaker.
We are honoured to have Ms Liese Groot-Alberts as our guest speaker for this session!
The impact of Covid while providing ongoing care for vulnerable and dying patients, the toll in many countries in setting up services for large populations with poor palliative care reach as well as the stigma around death and dying continue to have a tremendous impact on Healthcare professionals in many cultures and countries.
This webinar explores symptoms of compassion fatigue and provides some tools to heal these while strengthening resilience for ongoing commitment to serving people who need Palliative Care.
Liese Groot-Alberts was born in Fryslân, part of the Netherlands, has been living in New Zealand since 1981 with her family. She is a mother to 2 daughters and a son, a grandmother to 4 granddaughters. In 1972 her eldest daughter, aged nearly 3, died suddenly 2 days after the birth of her son. Hope and despair, joy and sorrow!
Out of this life changing experience came her passion for healing grief, loss and bereavement and she has worked for over 45 years as a grief therapist, public and keynote speaker, palliative care educator and mentor for Healthcare Professionals.
From 1988 till 1993 she had the tremendous privilege to work with and for Dr. Elisabeth Kübler -Ross as a workshop leader and staff member, conducting multi-day workshops on loss, grief and bereavement in New Zealand, Australia, USA and Europe.
After Dr. Ross’ retirement she has continued to develop her own workshops and seminars. Liese conducts trainings in trauma, loss, grief and bereavement, Hope and despair, Palliative Care, as well as Self-care for the Carer, resilience, spirituality, mentoring and working with difference, finding strength and hope in connectedness. She has conducted lectures, workshops and seminars in the USA, Europe, Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, India, Singapore, Samoa, Zimbabwe and New Zealand. She is an APHN & Hospis Malaysia Faculty Member, and Advisory Council Member of EKR Foundation Global.
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