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Bereavement Support

Counselling
We offer a one to one counselling service for those experiencing bereavement, a life-threatening illness or those caring for someone with a life-limiting illness.

Life>time Project
In addition to the counselling service, we now offer a Life>time support worker who is there to provide emotional and empathic support for palliative patients and their carers.  Support can be for an individual or the family and are usually visited at home to share their concerns and be offered guidance through their experience of End of Life illness.

Address:
Harlington Hospice Association, St Peters Way, Harlington, UB3 5AB
Umbrella org:
Wills, death and bereavement
Telephone:
0208 7590453
Sector:
Voluntary

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An acute state of intense psychological sadness and suffering experienced after the tragic loss of a loved one. When you are bereaved, registering a death may feel like a daunting task - to help, Directgov's simple, interactive tool provides the information you need.
Counselling can be defined as a relatively short-term, interpersonal, theory-based process of helping persons who are fundamentally psychologically healthy resolve developmental and situational issues.
Your GP can refer you for counselling on the NHS.