Bereavement Counselling at St Benedict’s Hospice
Counselling for Carers and Family Members
Talking to a counsellor offers you a confidential, safe place to be listened to, understood and accepted to help you to make sense of how you feel at this difficult time.
The Bereavement Counselling Service at St Benedict’s Hospice provides one to one counselling to families experiencing bereavement.
*We are able to offer counselling to carers and family members facing the loss of a loved one and through the bereavement process. We can also offer counselling to patients coming to terms with their diagnosis and with their own feelings of loss.
Our counsellors are fully trained and qualified and receive regular supervision. Sunderland Counselling Service is an organisational member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and our counsellors adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework in their practice.
"Counselling for patients coming to terms with their diagnosis and with their own feelings of loss."
Make an Appointment
To make an appointment you can either speak to a member of staff at St Benedict’s Hospice or contact the Bereavement Counselling Service on 0191 512 8400 Ext. 33829.
Bereavement Support Group
Bereavement is a unique experience for each individual and those who attend may be at different stages of their grief. It can be helpful to talk to others who may be experiencing similar feelings to yourself and share experiences. The group provides an opportunity for mutual support and understanding and is facilitated by a Bereavement Counsellor.
The group is open to any bereaved friend or relative of a patient who was supported by St Benedict’s Hospice or Specialist Palliative Care Services.
If you would like to attend the group you can either speak to a member of staff at St Benedict’s Hospice or contact the Bereavement Counselling Service on 0191 512 8400 Ext. 33829.
St Benedict’s Hospice Bereavement Counselling for Children
We offer specialist counselling for all children and young people under 18 who have experienced the loss of a family member who was being supported by St Benedicts Hospice.
Our counsellor will work with parents and their children to assess how best to support them through a bereavement and can provide counselling, information, and support.
Our specialist counsellor is experienced in working with children and young people through the bereavement of a family member, including support for children with anticipatory grief before their family member has died.
To find out more about how we can help or to make an appointment – please speak to a member of staff at St Benedict’s Hospice or contact the Bereavement Counselling Service on 0191 512 8400 Ext. 33829.