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Crisis Counselling and Bereavement Support Service

Grieving for the loss of someone close to us during COVID19 is a different experience for many because of the restrictions that have been in place.

Through this service, we are supporting those across our communities who have experienced distress or loss during the pandemic. This could be the sudden loss of a family member, a friend or colleague, patient or client. If you find yourself in need of support, please read on

To access the Crisis Counselling and Bereavement Service, please contact the team at Havering Mind

After a short assessment, and if it’s right for you, Havering Mind will refer you to the counselling service which is being provided by *ACC. ACC hope to be able to allocate you with a counsellor ideally within 7 days.

The professional counsellors providing this service will help you cope with your thoughts, feelings, and issues that you are facing at this exceptionally difficult time. Up to ten sessions of counselling are available – online or by telephone – on a ‘no-fee’ basis. That is the counsellors have agreed to volunteer their time and expertise .

*ACC stands for the Association of Christian Counsellors who are a counselling and psychotherapy membership body that hold an accredited register with the Professional Standards Authority. Counsellors volunteering for the crisis counselling support service come from all faiths and none and will work with people of all faiths and none. All of the counsellors will work under their professional ethics and practice standards and are insured.

Don’t know where to start?

Havering Mind is here to support you or someone you know experiencing mental health issues and our experienced team are available to have a preliminary discussion with you on the best individual avenues of support for you right now

Email us at [email protected]

Call us on 01708 457040

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