Join us for an information session, helping you to understand grief
As a way to mark national Grief Awareness Week, St Clare Hospice will be holding a free Living with Grief Talk at Harlow Town Library on Thursday 8th December, 2pm – 4pm.
“Grief is a natural reaction to loss. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, or set timescales.”
This free information session is open to the public, and will be delivered by St Clare Adult and Family Counsellor, Amanda Pelham, and GriefLine Project Manager, Chloe Rich. It is open to anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, either recently or long ago, or to anyone simply wanting to find out more about grief, and how to support others.
The talk will aim to help you deepen your understanding of grief, and will cover:
- What to expect when you are grieving
- Looking after yourself and others
- Finding out what support is available
After the talk there will be light refreshments, and the opportunity to speak to others who have experienced the loss of someone, as well as members of the Patient & Family Support team.
The event is free to attend, and you do not need a prior connection to St Clare Hospice. There is no need to book – just turn up on the day!
For information phone 01279 773762 or email email@example.com
GriefLine – if you want to talk, we’re here.
GriefLine is a local resource offering emotional support across West Essex and East Herts to anyone struggling with their grief around the loss of someone.
It doesn’t matter if your loss was recently or in the past, our trained bereavement volunteers are here to listen. We will give you a non-judgemental space to talk about how you are feeling and offer emotional support.
GriefLine can also help if you are looking for support for a family member, friend, or for a young person.
*Excluding Bank Holidays. GriefLine is free to call, though charges may apply in line with your standard network rate.