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Grief

At some point in their lives, most people experience grief when someone close to them dies. For many people, support from friends, family and other people who are important to them is enough to process this grief, and to move forward. However some need to talk to someone from outside their circle of contacts. At Student Health you can book an appointment to speak to one of us.

Dealing with difficult life events

Brochure for print-out  (brochure under construction) - Information and practical advice on common reactions to difficult events. Some common reactions.

How can Student Health help?

You don't need to be alone with your thoughts and emotions. Get in touch with us at Student Health if you would like to talk to someone, or if you need help with relaxation or sleep.

Where to get help from your faculty.

Science and Engineering  (under construction)

Arts and Sciences  (under construction)

Medicine and Health Sciences  (under construction)

Educational Sciences  (under construction)

University Chaplaincy

The University Chaplaincy is available at all three campuses.

It offers grief and crisis counselling, individually or in groups.

Links

  • SPES: Riksförbundet för SuicidPrevention och Efterlevandes Stöd (Swedish association for suicide prevention and survivor support)
  • Nationella Hjälplinjen (under construction)

Page manager: marie.delsander@liu.se
Last updated: 2019-05-16