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Bereavement counselling Liverpool: Everyone experiences loss and bereavement at some stage during their lives. This can be a harrowing and life shattering time. People experience bereavement in many ways from emotional numbness to anger and guilt.

Often people feel that there is no-one to turn to and find it hard, sometimes impossible, to cope with the overwhelming grief.

Liverpool Bereavement Service has been supporting people experiencing loss and bereavement since 1998 and has developed a sensitive and effective service, available to all to access.

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I just wanted to say thank you for all your support, I knew I’d done the right thing in contacting you.


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It takes incredible courage to trust someone enough to tell them how you feel. Thank you for creating that environment for me.


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Thank you Santa A massive thank you to everyone who ran the Liverpool Santa Dash! The people of Liverpool raised over £1500 to support the ongoing work of Liverpool Bereavement Service. Well done Liverpool. To find out more about fundraising for Liverpool Bereaveme ... Continue Reading
Awesome Liverpool A big thank you to the trustees of Awesome Liverpool who have granted Liverpool Bereavement Service with funds to put on a Children's Party for our Oakleaf Service. Thank you! ... Continue Reading

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Covid-19 Announcement 

Following the Government announcement on 23 March 2020, the Liverpool Bereavement Service will be suspending its face to face client appointments. This applies to both our adult and Oakleaf children services. We’ve been in touch with our existing clients who can contact us if they need telephone support while the office remains closed. We also remain available by phone and e-mail for anyone who feels they will benefit from bereavement counselling when we do resume normal services.

While we are closed, we will no longer be receiving client donations. This means that one valuable source of our funding is no longer available. Yet we will still have costs to cover while the service is closed. Now more than ever we welcome donations. We remain committed to providing professional, affordable and free counselling services for those struggling with grief. We thank all of our dedicated counsellors who are continuing to support clients during this difficult time and all our counsellors who will be ready to offer quality counselling service when we re-open. 

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