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Are you recently bereaved or dealing with grief and loss and would value the opportunity to talk through how you are feeling?

Bereavement is a journey and is different for everyone and no two experiences are the same. If you are facing life after the death of a loved one or close friend or family member and you are finding it hard to work through your thoughts and feelings then you may benefit from talking it through in a confidential safe way with one of the friendly advisors at the Family Support Centre.

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Bereavement Journey

Are you grieving the death of a loved one or struggling with the long-term effects of loss? We run a seven-session course to help you work through some of the difficulties.

Topics covered include: Attachment, Separation and loss. Difficult feelings, Rites of passage, The impact and pain of bereavement, Coping with others, Coping with change, Moving forward and an optional session on Questions of Faith.

If you are interested please get in touch with the centre.

Upcoming Course

Bereavement Journey Course, Shirley Baptist Church, Starts October 2nd 7:30pm, Conntact Amanda,

Stress and Anxiety

Are you suffering from short term or occasional mental distress and do not feel it serious enough to seek professional help?


Pregnancy related issues

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Moving on after separation or divorce

Are you going through a separation, divorce or relationship breakdown? This is likely to be a painful situation.