Month: April 2020

Angela Illingworth

Angela has a post graduate diploma in counselling and psychotherapy and is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Angela has spent time counselling for a bereavement charity and works with grief and loss amongst other things in her private practice. Angela also works in a university counselling service. 

Susan Livingstone

Susan is a qualified CBT (REBT) Integrative Therapist accredited with the NCS.   She has experience working with mental health and carer support charities and was a civil servant in Whitehall for 20 years.   She now runs a private practice in South East London and is a local bereavement support volunteer. Susan is also a level 2 Reiki …

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Christine Mackenzie

Christine has a Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and is an accredited member of the National Counselling Society.  Alongside GriefChat, she has her own Private Practice and Training Services.  She has a particular interest in bereavement and volunteers locally with a young persons support group.  She has volunteered for Cruse Bereavement Care, supporting clients as well …

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Maria Hindle

Maria is a qualified Integrative Counsellor and has experience of working with both adults and children and has been trained in bereavement support by Cruse Bereavement Care.   Maria believes that therapy is a very personal process and many of us go through times in our lives where we need extra help and support. Sometimes it …

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Grief in isolation

Grief is, for many people, a lonely and isolating experience. No-one knew your loved one quite like you did; no-one had the exact relationship with them you did; therefore there is no-one who can fully understand your loss. You can be surrounded by people – in fact especially in the early days following a bereavement …

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