Grief is the time we spend adjusting to a loss. There is no right, or wrong way to feel about the departed and no time frame set for each person to mourn, during the bereavement phase. Everyone must learn to cope with grief in their own way, but things can be made easier by having the support of a professionally trained ear to hand.
Caroline specialises in bereavement counselling, having conducted a great deal of her client time previously at Springhill Hospice in Rochdale, which is a leading palliative care centre charity in the North of England.
Grief is a very powerful, but normal emotion and we all look to pick our way through this time as best we can. However, this feeling can manifest itself in a variety of ways, often unexpected, or hard to comprehend. Individuals can actually grieve in connection with a host of losses throughout the course of their lives. This can range from ill health, or to the end of a relationship or indeed the termination of employment. Loss can be categorized as either abstract or physical, types of losses that are abstract relate to aspects of a person’s social interactions, the physical loss being related to something that the individual can touch or measure, such as losing a spouse through death.
We will accompany you on your journey, ideally on a weekly basis, in order to fully engage in the therapeutic grieving process. If you’re not coping with your grief, call us immediatly, as bereavement counselling specialists in Mauritius, located near the well known Albion lighthouse, we will do our utmost to help you after the death, recent or otherwise, of a loved one. This obviously includes losing a parent, a child, or someone you’ve been caring for, or a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death. You can trust in our professional, experienced work ethic and in our sincere dedication to help you in your loss recovery.