Understanding bereavement: why society needs to learn about grief

In 2019, Prince William surprised well-wishers outside Kensington Palace on what would have been his mother’s birthday, and it sparked a discussion on social media about the “right” way to grieve. “Shouldn’t people be “over it” by now?” ITV’s Loose Women joined in the conversation asking their followers how they mark the anniversary of theContinue reading “Understanding bereavement: why society needs to learn about grief”

Understanding bereavement and why society needs to change its views on grief

The news that Prince William surprised well-wishers outside Kensington Palace on what would have been his mother’s birthday, has sparked a discussion on social media about the “right” way to grieve. ITV’s Loose Women joined in the conversation asking their followers how they mark the anniversary of the death of a loved one. Let meContinue reading “Understanding bereavement and why society needs to change its views on grief”

Counselling

Counselling, also known as talking therapy, can be helpful for people who want to find their mojo or get their sparkle back, perhaps after a difficult period in their lives.  Counselling takes place in a safe and professional environment, and is usually in the format of a 1-1 session, either face to face or overContinue reading “Counselling”

Grief Counselling for Bereavement and Loss in Milton Keynes

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. There are many different ways you may recognise you’re grieving. You may find yourself feeling angry one minute and completely lost the next. YouContinue reading “Grief Counselling for Bereavement and Loss in Milton Keynes”

Grief Counselling for Bereavement and Loss

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. There are many different ways you may recognise you’re grieving. You may find yourself feeling angry one minute and completely lost the next. YouContinue reading “Grief Counselling for Bereavement and Loss”