Webinar | Support through bereavement

Business in the Community takes a whole person approach to wellbeing that includes financial, physical, mental and social aspects.

  • Date:

    10 Jun 2020

  • Time:

    2:00 pm - 2:40 pm

  • Location:


  • Price:

    Free - member only

Our Wellbeing Webinar Series seeks to address some of the biggest concerns of both employers and employees at this unprecedented time of change and challenges, providing the tools to help you improve your own wellbeing and support others to become happier and healthier.

The Wellbeing Webinar Series is part funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, through the Age at Work project, which aims to support people aged 50+ to remain in or return to work.

Support through bereavement

This webinar will focus on bereavement during COVID-9 and look at how employers can support employees through an extremely difficult time, considering the extra challenges around social distancing and remote working. We’ll explore how you can provide support, take care of yourself, optimise Employee Assistance Programmes (health insurance) and will signpost you to relevant support organisations.


Stephanie Reid, Wellbeing & Inclusion Manager, Business in the Community NI


Noel McKee, Counsellor, East Antrim Counselling
East Antrim Counselling operates from Kilroot Business park and offer counselling services to people in the Greater Belfast and East Antrin area. Set up in 2010 by Noel McKee, it provides private counselling and works voluntarily in the area to reduce incidences of self-harm and suicidal thinking.


Professor Nicola Rooney, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Queen’s University Belfast