Liverpool Bereavement Services provide 1:1 counselling for people who are struggling to cope with a loss.
Grief is a natural response following the loss of someone significant in your life. It may be a spouse, relative, friend or colleague or anyone else whose loss is difficult to bear.
Grief can be complex and overwhelming emotional experience and bring feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. Sharing your feelings and thoughts with a sensitive, focused and supportive counsellor is likely to be a healing process.
Your counsellor will understand that grief is a highly personal experience and provide the time, space and therapeutic support specific to you needs.
Our counsellors are experienced, trained, vetted therapists who will work with you in a way which is non judgemental, accepting of you and your situation unconditionally and respectful.
Liverpool Bereavement Service will provide a safe environment in which to explore your feelings, fears and hopes the aim being to help you cope with your loss and your life in the future. Our counsellors are members of a professional body and work within a clear and comprehensive ethical code.
Counselling takes places in a comfortable, private room on a one to one basis. Each session lasts 1 hour. Initially your sessions will be for 6 consecutive weeks at which time your wishes regarding further sessions will be reviewed by our counselling manager. If it is thought that you would benefit from additional sessions these will be arranged and reviewed as necessary.
We aim to ensure that our support is available to all who need it. We are a charity and donation are an important aspect of our ability to fund the service.
We do seek donations from our service users which will be explained to you at your initial assessment. However, nobody will be denied our support due to being unable to make a donation.
Please check our fundraising page for more information.
To talk to someone about our service with a view to make a referral please telephone us on: 0151 236 3932. Out of office hours there is a messaging facility and we will endeavour to respond to you on the next working day.
The service can be accessed by individuals on a self-referral basis or through a GP, Social Worker or Support Worker.
Grieving often involved coping with situation that are complicated due to factors attaching to the loss’.
These can range from:
– Suicide and homicide.
– The loss of a child.
– Unexpected or sudden deaths.
– Accidental or unexplained deaths.
– Miscarriage or still births.
– Being bereaved as a child.
– Being a long term carer.
Our counsellors are able to support you in all the above circumstances and many more specific to your loss.