We live a life of experiences, sometimes good, sometimes painful. On the days that we are struggling it can be good to talk to someone who can help.
I started my therapeutic career providing bereavement support and working particularly with those bereaved by murder and suicide. This included supporting clients through the inquest process and attending coroners court. As well as offering private counselling for bereaved people, I also volunteer with the National Homicide Service.
There are many different ways you may recognise you’re grieving. You may find yourself feeling angry one minute and completely lost the next. You may cry all the time or have not been able to – or wanted to – cry at all. You may be having trouble sleeping or just want to sleep all the time. There is no right or wrong to how you experience grief, it is unique to you but talking to someone can help.
There are charities in Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes who offer free listening services for the bereaved, which you may wish to explore before considering paying for this service. I offer 1-1 talking therapy for people who have experienced all kinds of loss (like redundancy and divorce), and the death of a loved one, who would like to make sense of their grief, and begin the process of getting their sparkle back.
Sessions cost up to £45 for 50 minutes, click here to book your free initial consultation. Alternatively, you can use button below to send your enquiry.
This service is available to private and corporate clients. To find out about training on bereavement awareness click here.