The loss of a loved one can be a very distressing time. You may feel isolated because it is difficult to talk to others about your bereavement. You may be worried that you are troubling your friends or family or that you will make yourself a burden.
Sometimes, especially in the case of a sudden or traumatic death, you may even feel that people are avoiding you. If this is the case, it is often because others just don’t know what to say to you and are worried that they may say something that will make you feel even worse. However, this doesn’t help you feel better.
If you were the main carer of your loved one, it may be that you are experiencing the additional loss of purpose. Loss is not always a bereavement, sometimes major life changes, such as losing a job or divorce can also trigger feelings of grief and loss.
Bereavement support can give you the time and space to explore the difficult feelings that you may be experiencing as a result of your bereavement or other loss. With a background of specialist training and experience of working with loss and grief, we hope to provide you with the support you are looking for.
Our aim is to offer bereavement support in a safe environment to help you to explore your feelings of loss and to come to terms with the changes within yourself and in your environment.
If you feel that you could benefit from our Bereavement support, please contact us either by calling us or filling in our online Book an Appointment form.