Bereavement/Loss

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Has the death of a loved one; family member, friend, colleague or pet, affected you in ways you didn’t expect? In the aftermath of a death it is perfectly normal to cycle through many different emotions, but when these emotions are making a major and ongoing impact on their lives bereavement counselling can help.

Do you:

  • Notice a dramatic change in your sleeping or daily living patterns?
  • Experience great or regular confusion?
  • Find you are unable to stop crying?
  • Have suicidal thoughts? Not wanting to be alive?
  • Find decisions and concentration difficult?
  • Or others worry about your thoughts or behaviour since the death of your loved one?

I can help you work through your grief, resolve any lingering conflicts and come to terms with your new world. It is not easy, but I can support you as you learn to manage your emotions and grief to be able to live life again.

My areas of speciality

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  • Telephone or Online Counselling

    Telephone Counselling enables you to get the help you need, no matter where you are if meeting face-to-face is not possible.

  • Relationship Counselling

    Relationships are central to our existence but sometimes can be challenging and complicated.

  • Depression

    Depression is a medical condition that affects the way you think, feel and behave. This often results in feeling unhappy, demotivated, loss of sleep, loss of appetite and a general sense of feeling lost.

  • Low Confidence and Self Esteem

    Confidence is a way of being, a particular sense of certainty an individual has about themselves and their capabilities and healthy Self-esteem is having confidence in your own abilities, self-respect, and self-worth.

  • Bereavement/Loss

    Has the death of a loved one; family member, friend, colleague or pet, affected you in ways you didn’t expect?

  • Coaching

    There are times when in life we just need a nudge or the motivation to get up and do what we have been procrastinating in doing. ​

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