Bereavement Support for Adults
Our Bereavement counselling and psychotherapy service for adults is open to anyone who feels they need additional help in coming to terms with their loss. A few months after bereavement, some people may still struggle to cope and this is the time when we can offer support.
It can help to explore issues with a professional, outside of friends and family, who understands and doesn't make judgments. No matter what the cause of death, those who are finding it difficult to adjust to their loss can use our service.
As a small charitable organisation Blythe House Hospice has developed a range of bereavement groups to offer support to anyone bereaved in the High Peak, for any reason.
Bereavement Support Groups
Grief affects up all in different ways. Losing someone you care about can be one of life's most difficult experiences. We often get the help and support we need from family, friends, colleagues and GPs or other professionals, but sometimes you may have no one to talk to or you may not feel able to share your feelings with friends and family.
We can help
We offer a warm, positive and supportive atmosphere in our professionally led bereavement support groups for adults.
Therapeutic Bereavement Support Group
This group takes place at Blythe House on the third Tuesday of every month, 5.30-7pm. Facilitated by a qualified and experienced counsellor this group has a more structured approach to exploring the grief process. Please note that attendance at this group is by appointment only.
One to One Counselling
This is available for those who have suffered a bereavement due to sudden or traumatic death. Any professional involved in the bereaved person's care can make this referral.
For further information about our bereavement groups and other counselling service, please contact the counselling team on 01298 875087 or contact us here.