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Never Say 'At Least' - Recognising the Real Loss in Miscarriage

Mind & Body
Never Say 'At Least' - Recognising the Real Loss in Miscarriage
Event Description

Due to circumstances beyond our control, Never Say At Least has had to be cancelled. We appreciate that this is disappointing for those of you who have already purchased tickets. If you have been directly affected by miscarriage and were hoping for an opportunity to speak to professionals on the panel on the day, we would be happy to put you in touch directly with them.

Please email: info@nisciencefestival.com and we can pass your details. Sharon or Selina will be happy to reach out to you.

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Miscarriage and pregnancy loss is a widespread issue effecting 1 in 4 women. Despite this, it is an experience that often goes hidden, with limited acknowledgement of the impact of this loss. This talk explores perspectives from psychology, therapy, and personal experience to shine a light on pregnancy loss, and the impact it has on families.

  • Dr Martin Robinson, Research Fellow, STARC Research Centre | School of Psychology, Queens University
  • Sharon Tosh, Grief Coach
  • Selina Casey, Integrative Psychotherapeutic Counsellor
  • Chris Ferry, Chris will be offering a personal, male perspective of miscarriage.

All ticket money will be donated to the charity Little Forget Me Nots Trust.

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