Month: September 2020

Rachael Sales

Rachael holds a Level 4 Diploma in Bereavement Counselling and a Certificate in Pet Bereavement Counselling for just over a year now. Using her own personal experience of grief, Rachael works using a very person centred approach, providing a safe and non judgemental space in her private Bereavement Support practice. She is also working towards …

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Margaret Price

Margaret is an experienced psychotherapeutic counsellor, who has worked in private practice and for voluntary counselling agencies since 2007. She has counselled people with a range of problems and now specialises in therapy to support people through grief, bereavement and loss. Her counselling approach is integrative, having evolved over time from her initial person-centred training …

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Ruth Taylor

EAP & Bereavement Counsellor Ruth is a qualified therapeutic Counsellor registered with the BACP, and an NLP practitioner.  She strongly believes in finding an approach that works for each individual, placing them and their needs at the centre of the counselling, to help and support them in a way that fits in with them and …

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Grief after Suicide

Thursday 10 September is World Suicide Prevention Day 2020, which is inevitably going to cause a peak in discussions around suicide across the world wide web. If you are currently dealing with grief after losing a loved one to suicide, you may find this a particularly emotional and challenging day, so it’s important that you …

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