For most people, grief is a natural healing process, but at times you may find that you would like to talk to someone, particularly if you are feeling stuck.
We try to help you find a "new normality" with meaning and purpose in life again as you move forward. At Quiet Waters, we provide one to one listening support in a safe and confidential environment.
We also have bereavement support groups where sharing with others can lessen the sense of isolation and can help with the way forward.
We train our bereavement listeners and group facilitators in grief work, in accompanying and in listening. Like the rest of our service, there is no charge, though we welcome donations.
To learn more about this service or to make an appointment contact us.
One to One listening support to help you live with your grief, recognising that grief is a natural healing process.
Helping you to find your 'new normality'
Monthly support groups
Trained bereavement listeners
Free, confidential service
Safe, supportive environment
You can expect a warm welcome, the offer of a cup of tea or coffee, and to be put at ease by your counsellor in warm and comfortable surroundings.
We provide services for adults from the age of 18 years.
No, your listener will not judge you in any way, just help you to deal with it. Guilt is a common reaction.
The truth is that there is no set time limit to grief.
This is a completely natural emotion, very common in the grieving process. You may feel cheated if the person has died before their time, you may be angry at the person or yourself or just angry in general.