Bereavement Counselling in London

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Verity Owers Counselling
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
I have supported many people struggling with loss .
I am a qualified Integrative Counsellor providing general counselling for a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, panic attacks and low self-esteem. I also offer specialist support for those struggling with grief and loss following a bereavement . Whether you are struggling with a particular issue or generally feeling unhappy in your life, I can help you explore any limiting beliefs or difficult life experiences that may be holding you back. I offer both short and long term / open-ended therapy and provide a safe, caring and confidential space to talk.
020 3984 9064 
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London SW11
Offers online therapy
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Chantelle Adams
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MBACP
Verified
Whilst I work with anxiety/depression, relationship difficulties, trauma and loss / bereavement , I have a particular interest in working with diversity and minority groups who have experienced being marginalised by society.
We are living in extraordinary times! Uncertainty and isolation may evoke new anxieties or possibly unprocessed issues from the past. We are all facing loss on some level. Therapy can offer a dedicated space to talk, be heard, and to make sense of your experiences. Qualified in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and in advanced ongoing clinical training, I can offer you support through the Coronavirus outbreak, whether you are facing loss , bereavement , depression, anxiety or relationship difficulties. I am currently working online and face to face in very safe and socially distanced rooms.
01748 901323 
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London W5
Offers online therapy
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Dragana Savcic-Sanders
Psychologist, MSc, HCPC - Couns. Psych.
Verified
With a range of clinical skills including EMDR alongside a long-standing experience in working with adults suffering from a range of trauma-related psychological difficulties, I can help you overcome the complex and debilitating impact of trauma. If you have intense feelings of anxiety or fear; struggle with bereavement and loss or have complicated grief reactions, have symptoms of PTSD or have experienced early life trauma safely designed EMDR can be transformative. There is evidence that EMDR also helps prevent the development of PTSD if you have experienced a recent traumatic event or you are struggling with ongoing stress.
020 3870 3675 
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London N10
Offers online therapy
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Michelle Campbell
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MBACP
Verified
I have experience of working with clients who have been impacted by bereavement and loss , trauma, the effects of rape, domestic violence, child and adult sexual abuse.
Sometimes, life in general can seem overwhelming, and there is a need to have a space that is non-judgemental, empathic and holding; to express fears, anxities, concerns and problems. I offer to you, a listening ear, a warm and welcoming presence that will promote an environment which makes you feel comfortable to talk.
07449 647133 
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London E17
Offers online therapy
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Victoria Jeffries
Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
Verified
I am an experienced therapist with a special interest in relationship issues, bereavement and low self-esteem . I use a mixture of CBT, Person Centred and Psychodynamic approaches to best suit your needs. Together we can make the changes you want to see in your life, working at a pace that is comfortable for you. I offer a no obligation, free initial consultation where we can discuss the goals you have for therapy (if any).
020 4538 3677 
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London N12
Offers online therapy
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Sarah Ruth Janes
Counsellor, MA, MBACP
Verified
Perhaps you are experiencing feelings of loss and grief at this current time.
I am particularly interested in working with addictive tendencies, gender and sexual diversity, depression, loss , intimacy, relationship problems and shame. I like to support clients who are coming out as gay, lesbian, trans or bi, (to include pan and queer) and issues that can arise around that including loneliness, difficulty connecting with others, not being our true selves or a fragile sense of self, a sense of something feeling not quite right. Often our defences can be so strong that we get in our own way and hold ourselves back. All of these feelings need empathy & acceptance so that we can evolve into who we truly are.
020 3962 1806 
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London E9
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Leela Faezeh Emadi
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
These are just some of the reasons why you may want to try counselling with me: Couple therapy or other relationships issues, Depression, Anxiety, Panic attacks, Trauma and PTSD, Neurodivergence, Illness, Bereavement , Self-esteem and self-confidence, Gender and Sexuality, Anger, Self-harming/Destructive thoughts and behaviour and loneliness.
Welcome to my page. I’m Leela. How brave of you for showing up for yourself and having made the decision of taking the first steps towards a change. Many people come to counselling for different reasons including myself when I sent a text to a “therapist” about 12 years ago when my transformative personal journey began. In my counselling work today, I aim to support you to make more conscious decisions and choices about your life and embody the unique being you are. I celebrate the differences and my life has been enriched by interacting with different cultures, religions, race, beliefs, age, gender and sexual orientation, etc.
020 3856 7746 
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London NW1
Offers online therapy
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Pooja Bhambra
Psychotherapist, MA, MUKCP
Verified
Family life can be full of drama, from adolescent struggles to parental conflict, from family feuds to experiences of love and loss . When families are faced with problems and experience difficulties in their relationships, self-help is often the first natural response. However, sometimes, self-help is not enough and can lead families to feel stuck. It is at this point that it can be beneficial to access professional help. My name is Pooja Bhambra, I am a UKCP registered systemic family psychotherapist. My approach to working with families is to see each member as an individual, who is influenced by multiple contexts.
020 4538 2514 
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London NW6
Offers online therapy
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Rebecca Oehrle
Psychotherapist, DCounsPsych, MBACP
Verified
As a BACP registered psychodynamic psychotherapist/counsellor, I have experience of working with adults whose issues include anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, gender identity, addiction, bereavement , eating disorders and relationship issues I can work with you on either a long-term, ongoing basis or we can agree to a short-term contract.
If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’re feeling out of sorts and would like some help and support to feel better. Sometimes life can throw us a curve ball that leaves us feeling overwhelmed or maybe you’ve had enough of feeling depressed and anxious, angry or sad. Perhaps you’re tired of repeating certain patterns of behaviour or relationships that leave you feeling empty and disappointed. I recognise it takes a lot of courage to seek help. My role is to help you understand better why you sometimes feel, think, or behave the way you do. With that knowledge in hand, you can begin to make positive changes in your life.
020 4538 9465 
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London NW5
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Beata Wierzbicka
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP
Verified
I have specialist training and have extensive experience helping people with a range of personal, emotional and behavioural issues including stress, anxiety, depression, loss , bereavement , trauma, sexual assault, difficulties in relationships, identity, work-related problems, personal growth and self-development.
I am a humanistic psychotherapist who offers supportive therapy, helping to resolve emotional difficulties and struggles in your life, and enabling you to live the life you want to live. I work with your individual life experiences, utilising your personal strengths and unique identity to enable personal growth and emotional well-being. In all cases, my aim is to enhance your quality of life through self-fulfilment and personal development. I work with adult individuals and couples, offering both short-term counselling and longer-term, open-ended therapy. As well as seeing people in private practice, I work extensively in the NHS.
020 4538 0211 
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London W5
Offers online therapy
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Lara Just
Psychotherapist, MUKCP
Verified
Do you sometimes feel lost or unsure about what your purpose is? Why you are here? Why life has happened as it did so far? Are you struggling to get through a tough life transition, loss or grief ? Are you at times not sure what you have to offer to the world; what you are meant to do or what you really want? Do you find it difficult to trust others or are wondering how to improve your relationships with others? I offer a safe, unbiased space to talk that is removed from your direct family and friends. This freedom to speak openly can be helpful when trying to talk through tricky and uncomfortable feelings.
020 3879 4156 
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London NW3
Offers online therapy
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Naina Thaker
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
I have experience of working with individuals who have been through a bereavement and the difficulties of living with life limiting illnesses.
Hello my name is Naina, welcome to my profile. Making the decision to begin counselling can be a difficult and daunting one. Counselling can help us to reconnect to ourselves by exploring our narratives, gaining a deeper understanding of who we are, and to develop a better relationship with ourselves and others. I feel forming a therapeutic relationship with my clients is key for our work together. We can work together to empower you to find your own answers and find the happiness that you are searching for.
020 4538 2429 
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London E18
Offers online therapy
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Savanna Sparkes
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP Accred
Verified
Asking for help can be really daunting. If you are here, reading this, and have recognised that you might benefit from the kind of support that therapy offers, then you have already taken a big step. There can be lots of reasons you might benefit from therapy. You might be dealing with a difficult time, such as an illness, bereavement , a separation. You might be feeling stressed, anxious, lost or low more often than feels ‘ok’. You might want to understand yourself better, why you feel and behave the way you do, or want to feel more alive.
07870 352014 
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London NW10
Offers online therapy
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Lucas Teague
Psychotherapist, MA, MUKCP
Verified
I specialize in offering an holistic approach in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bereavement , and addictions.
I qualified as a therapist in 2007, and later as a Transpersonal psychotherapist. I work in full time private practice and provide one to one psychotherapy. I am also an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. As well as offering face to face appointments, I also see clients online, both in the UK and internationally. My experience of having worked with clients online over a number of years, is that it can provide an effective means of working at depth and supporting real change. Many of the approaches I use within a face to face context have been successfully adapted.
020 3984 8224 
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London E1
Offers online therapy
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Olapeju ( Paige) Fowora
Counsellor, MA, BACP
Verified
Are you feeling lost, anxious or lonely. Or you may feel deep sadness due to the loss of a loved one? These feelings can be overwhelming and cause you to become stuck. As we navigate through unprecedented times your feelings may be heightened and cause you to feel triggered, isolated, or scared. These feelings are perfectly normal and often having a safe confidential space to explore these emotions can provide much needed relief for you as the carrier. I understand your experience of the world is unique as an individual, and I will build my relationship with you based on your individual needs
020 4530 8421 
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London SW8
Offers online therapy
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Dave Shaw
Psychotherapist, MBACP
Verified
Psychotherapy offers an opportunity for aspects of yourself, your experiences and relationships to be expressed, to someone who listens. During our regular meetings a relationship grows. I will support you in sorting through and making sense of your experiences, feelings and needs. At times, it might feel difficult to put what’s happening within you or around you into words, but we’ll work together to find clarity somehow, in a safe space. The past doesn't have to be "a foreign country" - with interpretation and fresh viewpoints, you can learn to enjoy your life and your true self despite the pain, loss or confusion of yesterday.
020 8138 0130 
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London SE18
Waitlist for new clients
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Liam Daniels
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
I have worked with people of all ages, and clients dealing for a range of concerns, including bereavement , anxiety, self-esteem, and identity issues.
I have trained in existential psychotherapy, and I apply this in my work with clients. The starting point is the experience of the client, to provide the opportunity for them to examine their understanding of life, and the problems and dilemmas they face; to reassess their goals and desires. It provides an opportunity to consider how their choices have been constrained, perhaps by the views and expectations of others, but also by constraints rooted in our society. Understanding can lead to questioning, and growth, possibly in new directions.
020 3856 3783 
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London N22
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Valerie Lemetayer
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
I work together with clients to explore difficulties in relationships, conflict, anxiety, depression, loss , workplace stress, self-confidence and self-esteem issues, loneliness, life transitions, and anger management.
From £50 Tuesday to Saturday. Central London and Ealing. ( See Website). Appointments are available all day from early morning to late evening. Hello and thank you for looking at my page. I believe that every client I work with is unique. My approach is therefore flexible and sensitive to the individual life experience of each on. I offer both short-term, solution-focused therapy and longer-term exploratory therapy to individuals over 18 years in English or French.
020 3962 0885 
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London NW1
Offers online therapy
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Sandra Miller
Psychotherapist, MBACP
Verified
Examples include, feeling low in mood, not feeling like yourself anymore, depression, anxiety or maybe you've experienced a relationship breakdown or other loss , bereavement or even COVID-19.
I provide long, medium and short term Counselling & Psychotherapy in a safe and confidential space. I work as an Integrative practitioner which means that I draw from a variety of psychological theories and techniques, guided by what clients inform me they find helpful, as well as by research findings and theory. I can support you with various issues such as anxiety, low mood, depression, panic, stress, relationship problems and interpersonal difficulties, or any other life changes and goals you wish to achieve. You can approach me if you're unsure about anything personal and just want to talk to a therapist about it..
020 8154 5432 
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London SW1W
Offers online therapy
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Larissa Walker
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP
Verified
In my psychotherapy work, I specialise on working with anxiety, depression, bereavement and loss , and traumatic events.
At the core of my approach is a humanistic belief that we are all born free and with a unique potential. Barriers to realising this potential may appear throughout our lives. They may be imposed by our families, communities, and the wider socio-economic situation in the world around us. I focus on exploring these barriers and behavioural and relational patterns they create. Awareness facilitates other choices and possibilities which bring growth and change and helps a new self to emerge, a self that is freer in expressing itself, understanding, and following its needs
020 4538 9558 
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London NW2
Offers online therapy


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Bereavement Counsellors
Grief and Bereavement is the acute pain that accompanies loss. Because it is a reflection of what we love, it can feel all-encompassing. Grief is not limited to the loss of people, but when it follows the loss of a loved one, it may be compounded by feelings of guilt and confusion, especially if the relationship was a difficult one.

If you're looking for a London bereavement counsellor, these professionals provide grief therapy and counselling in London.