4 Tips for Supporting Someone Who Is Grieving
When someone close to you has recently suffered from a bereavement of some kind, it can be hard to know what to say or do. Often people will worry about saying the wrong thing, or doing something that makes the situation worse. We all mean well, of course, but supporting a grieving person is a […]
In-Person Counselling vs. Zoom Counselling: Which One Is Right for Me?
If you have recently suffered a bereavement, or find yourself struggling with another mental health issue of any kind, you might feel like reaching out for counselling in Beaconsfield or online. Having a dedicated place to explore difficult emotions in your own way, in an atmosphere devoid of judgement, helps you process your feelings and […]
How Do I Know If I Need Bereavement Counselling?
When someone close to you dies, you are bound to feel a number of difficult emotions. Many feel depressed; others get angry; some people go extremely numb, or simply tune out. Grief comes to people in different ways, and it takes time to make sense of these challenging feelings. Seeing a bereavement counsellor in Beaconsfield, […]
Managing Grief After the Death of a Child
As a counsellor in Beaconsfield and online, I have experience in working with parents who have lost their child. I understand that life can never be quite the same after such a loss. You may feel like you have lost a part of yourself, and this is a normal, understandable thing to believe after losing […]
The Importance of Fertility Counselling
Along with providing bereavement and loss therapy in Beaconsfield for people who have lost loved ones such as friends or parents, I also work with people going through miscarriage or fertility issues. This is a particularly sensitive area, and one that many people struggle to talk about. There continues to be quite a stigma around […]
Three Common Misconceptions People Make About Grief
Grief affects people in different ways. Over the years as a bereavement and loss therapist in Beaconsfield, I have seen how some bereaved people feel angry, or extremely depressed, while others go numb. Sometimes we get to a point where we don’t know what to feel. From the outside, however, many assumptions are made about […]

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