Facilitated Support Groups

“Distance doesn’t mean that we can’t share grief together”

Are you feeling abandoned and alone with your grief?

Would you like group support from others who understand how hard grief is?  

Would you like to understand the grief process so that you can find effective ways of coping?

The groups listed below are an opportunity to share your experiences with others in a confidently space.  You can openly share your struggles and receive support, ideas and insights from me and the group.  

Facilitated Support Groups:

Through the death of all that we hold most dear, may we find life.

Groups provide:

  • A sense of inclusion and respite
  • A space where your opinion/story matters
  • Learning coping techniques
  • Hope
  • Affection by a caring community
  • Helping others early in their journey

Surviving Grief groups for adults:

Eight sessions of 8-10 regular pre-registered participants that is customised to the needs of the group.  No newcomers admitted to the group once the group has formed and started. Please enquire below for further details.

Healing Young Hearts grief groups for adolescents (in Secondary School): 

Eight sessions of 8-10 regular pre-registered participants that is customised to the needs of the group, using interactive, creative tools and activities.  No newcomers admitted to the group once the group has formed and started. Please enquire below for further details.

Writing Through Grief: 

This is a therapeutic writing group with structured time for you to write (or draw) whatever you want to help you in your grief.  The sessions provide multi-sensory prompts, such as literature, music, guided meditations, as encouragement to help you get started. 

Resilient Parenting Group Coaching Programme

This is a 10-session learning programme for widow(er)s or caregivers to support children who are bereaved from the death of their parent. (No newcomers admitted after the group has formed and begun.)

*** Please express your interest below ***

Online Conversation Cafés:

“Stories lived; stories told”

– Roland W. Mitchell

Meaningful Farewells (an ongoing drop-in group – limited-size)

This is a facilitated, free-flowing discussion where you can learn and share ideas of meaningful activities to discover effective ways to support the dying. The ideas will be captured, typed up afterwards and emailed to participants.

Grave Talk (a stand-alone drop-in group – limited-size)

This resource uses reflective questions for discussion on the following themes: Life, Death, Funerals, Grief, and Cultural Influences which shape our thinking about these topics.

The participants choose from a menu of questions they would like to discuss, based on the themes available and the interests/needs of the group.  Participants often find this to be nourishing and enriching experience.

To express your interest in attending any of these groups or for more information, please use the contact form.

For upcoming start dates of groups, please subscribe in the box to the left. 

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Life-Limiting Illnesses

Support for an expected loss from life-limiting illnesses ranging from long-term health conditions to end-of-life care.

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Coaching for Widowed Parents

Support for individuals, widow(er)s and families to learn how to cope with transitions, living losses, and death.

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Counselling / Talking Therapy

For significant living losses and grief from traumatic deaths.  Flexible number of sessions with a highly trained grief specialist.

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Facilitated
Support Groups

  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Conversation Cafés
  • Resilient Parenting for the bereaved

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Webinars and
Consultancy

Live online bereavement training and presentations for employees, and volunteers to learn how to support others.