- Any adult who is facing death or dying (this is defined as having a diagnosis of a life threatening illness).
- People who are close to someone who is facing death or dying (this includes family members, friends, and loved ones).
- People who have been bereaved following illness (from three months since the death and no more than two years afterwards).
Regular counselling provides a time and space where people can explore how they feel about what is happening, and also consider the impact that past life experiences are having now. It is a time when you can speak about all things that are difficult to share with people close to you, and begin to make sense of your experiences.
You can view the different services and answers to a number of frequently asked questions by selecting an option from the right hand menu on this page, or if you want to discuss any of our services or your needs with us over the phone, please do not hesitate to contact us.
**In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and in line with social distancing measures, please be aware that we are now offering sessions over the phone or via Zoom**