Where to Find Help

Should you be looking for help here is a short list of good organisations where you can find support. I have listed counselling organisations and voluntary bereavement organisations.

The ones I have listed I have worked with myself so can vouch for them – there are of course many others, but these cover all types of death and have a broad geographical reach. Each of these website will have links to many other organisations too.

BACP - FIND A THERAPIST 

is part of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and this is a very good place to find a therapist.  It lists therapists and their experience, speciality and qualifications throughout the UK. Each therapist sets their own fees. It is worth exploring the whole website if you are uncertain what counselling is.

itsgoodtotalk.org.uk

UKCP 

also has a link to find experienced qualified therapists, who can be found by modality or geographically. Each therapist sets their own fees. Their website explains more about different modalities and training which you may find helpful.

members.psychotherapy.org.uk/findATherapist

CRUSE 

is a voluntary organisation which specialises in support for people who are bereaved. Cruse can help with support, counselling, education, advice and information. Counsellors are available by phone or email.

cruse.org.uk

THE COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS 

is a voluntary organisation throughout the UK that offers many different kinds of support to bereaved families – by telephone, online and through events.

tcf.org.uk

CHILD BEREAVEMENT UK 

is a UK charity that supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying or  when a child is facing bereavement. It offers support online on telephone and face to face from their different regional centres across the UK.

childbereavement.org.uk

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