The death of someone significant can be one of the most challenging and painful life experiences we face. Grief is often described as a roller coaster of emotions and it can be hard to make sense of our feelings and reactions and see a way forward after a loss.
While the support of family and friends can be invaluable; for different reasons this may not always be possible. If you have experienced the loss of someone who was being cared for by St. Michael’s Hospice services we can provide the following bereavement support:
Specialist bereavement counselling – offers the opportunity to talk about your loss in a supportive, non- judgemental and safe space.
Bereavement Evenings – providing you with information about grief and loss and an opportunity to meet with others experiencing loss, in a caring and supportive atmosphere. It can be comforting to know that you are not alone in your feelings and, being able to meet others who are facing a similar situation, can be a positive step in coping with loss.
If you feel you would benefit from specialist bereavement counselling or are interested in attending one of our Bereavement Evenings, please contact the Family Support Team on 01256 848892 or email firstname.lastname@example.org