Let’s talk about grief
We organise lectures in educational centres, designed to provide those closest to children (ie. parents, teachers, guardians) with tools that may help them address talking about death to children and thus aiding to prevent minors and teenagers from facing a complicated grief process.
These lectures are free and are delivered in person, opened to any educational centre in the Community of Madrid, or by videoconference (Zoom), in which case they are available to centres around Spain. The minimum number of participants required is 20. In order to request a lecture, you need to contact us either via phone, 91 229 10 80, or by submitting an email to email@example.com.
Publications - titles
FMLC is committed to publishing research articles and books pertaining to grief. Our aim is set in bolstering and promoting grief awareness and knowledge regarding the reality of this process, within our society.
Adult Grief Guide
Aimed at professionals working in the healthcare field (doctors, nurses, psychologists, healthcare assistants), this guide -available both in Spanish and English- offers comprehensive information on how to face grief and improve assistance towards bereaved people, as well as providing tools to manage situations of great emotional intensity. Written by the expert grief psychologist, Sara Losantos, it includes illustrations by Malagón.
Children's Grief Guide
The ``Let's talk about grief`` guide by author Patricia Díaz, FMLC’s child & teenager psychologist and psychotherapist, has been illustrated by Malagón. The guide seeks to aid adults to talk about death and grief with children, with a special focus centred on the peculiarities surrounding this process in children and offering specific advice for each age group and guidelines for schools. Additionally, it incorporates a chapter approaching grief amongst people with intellectual disabilities.
The woman who listens to me
In 2010 we promoted the publication of a book written by one of our patients, Pedro Alcalá, who two years earlier had lost his son in tragic circumstances. It is a valuable testimony of the human being's ability to overcome a dramatic event and learn to love life once again. The author has assigned all copyrights to FMLC, which is also available in Spanish.