Grief & Bereavement Counselling

People coming to The Grove for bereavement counselling following the death of a spouse or partner, often say that they are struggling to come to terms with their grief. It can be hard to deal with the powerful feelings that come after being bereaved:

  • Overwhelming sadness and loss
  • Difficulty in accepting that the loved one has actually gone
  • Sense of injustice or unfairness
  • Fear for the future
  • Sometimes some relief (perhaps after illness or relationship difficulties).

It’s very common to seek help after losing someone close to you. Being bereaved can be one of the most stressful and difficult experiences in life.

All the therapists at The Grove are skilled and experienced in helping to support you deal with bereavement. We offer face-to-face therapy for £100 for an initial 50-minute session. Then depending on the Therapist you choose, further sessions are either £90 or £150 thereafter.

Call The Grove today to speak to a Counsellor and set up an initial appointment.

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More about Bereavement Counselling

The Grove’s therapists can help you map your feelings and see how you are travelling through the common stages of dealing with loss:

  • Denial
  • Loss and sadness
  • Anger and resentment
  • Acceptance
  • Exploration of next steps
  • Commitment to moving on with life

Just by coming to bereavement counselling can give you space to process what is happening for you. The advantage of speaking to one of our therapists is that they are an impartial professional, focusing on supporting you. This can be a very different and more helpful experience than talking to friends and family – who are well-meaning, but can often have their own opinions and agenda.

“I was in a very low place after the death of my husband. Family politics and the burden of dealing with probate were getting too much for me. Coming to see someone gave me time to work on how I was going to rebuild my life and let him go.”