Coping with your feelings

Our experienced Bereavement Team is here for you

While there are a number of practical things you will want to get on with after a loved one dies, it’s important to look after yourself and address how you are feeling.

Those who have experienced the death of a loved one who was cared for by Willen Hospice are welcome to contact the Psychology and Counselling Team to talk through how they are feeling. In circumstances where people are finding it particularly difficult to navigate the grief journey, we are able to offer specialist bereavement support and advice.

Talk to us so we can determine together how best to support you. That may be through a facilitated group, support phone calls or some bereavement counselling. Email or call us on 01908 663636 to speak to someone.

Grief Chat

You may prefer to speak to a specially trained counsellor. Find out more about GriefChat and how they can help you.

Bereavement and grief self help guide

You may find it helpful to follow a structured self-help guide. We have found this extremely useful guide, which has been developed by NHS Scotland, using cognitive behaviour therapy principles. This can be completed online or downloaded. While this has been developed in Scotland, its content is for use across the UK. You can work through this at your own pace to suit your own needs.

Please visit our bereavement support page for more information about how we can help.

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