With the way in which grief affects people being unique to each individual, it should come as no surprise that what support each bereaved person needs also varies greatly. For some, the groups are the best way forward, for others, one-to-one counselling sessions seem the more natural choice. There’s no right or wrong method of support, they’re just very different.
There are many reasons people might choose to come for counselling, perhaps the circumstances surrounding the death, or the relationship lost are complicated, perhaps your relationships that remain are complicated or maybe the group settings just don’t feel right for you. Whatever your reason for choosing it, our 1:1 counselling provides you with a safe place and time to explore your loss, fully at your own pace, focusing on what feels most relevant and important to you. Our fully qualified counsellors are here to listen and support you.
Our sessions cost £40 and can take place either over Zoom or face-to-face in our beautiful counselling room, The Orchard, which is located at our Allestree branch (free parking available).
For more information or to book an appointment please contact Fay Bloor on 01332 345268 or email@example.com.
Meet our Counsellors
Fay Bloor Prof.Dip Psy C.
Fay has worked for Wathall’s since 2012 originally starting as a funeral arranger, she now holds the role of our Bereavement Support Coordinator and spends much of her time organising and facilitating our Bereavement Support Groups and programmes. Fay has been involved with our Bereavement Support Services since 2015 so has many years’ experience listening and supporting our families with their grief. In December 2020 she qualified with a level 5 Professional Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and is an accredited member of the National Counselling Society.
Sarah Legg Prof.Dip Psy C.
Sarah was previously part of the Bereavement Support Team at Wathall’s but left due to family commitments. Sarah is now back at Wathall’s working as an accredited Counsellor. Sarah has been trained as a Grief Counsellor and has gained experience over time in supporting and helping adults through loss. Sarah is also partway through a part-time 3-year course studying a master’s in Counselling & Psychotherapy. In March 2020 she qualified with a level 5 Professional Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and is an accredited member of the National Counselling Society.