Bereavement Counselling 


We provide free bereavement counselling for bereaved parents & families , Losing a child is an extremely difficult event in anyone’s life. Grief following the unexpected death of your child is an intense and enduring experience and a very personal thing. The loss can bring up a wide range of emotions including guilt and anger. 

You might want to consider counselling if:

  • You feel isolated socially

  • You have a previous history of depression and anxiety

  • You have additional life stresses going on: illness or relationship difficulties, for example

  • It is difficult talking about your feelings with family members and friends

  • You are experiencing continued intrusive thoughts or flashbacks related to the death

  • You are experiencing lasting sleep problems

  • You feel unable to talk about your experience, avoiding people and places that remind you of what’s happened

  • You feel constantly very anxious

  • You feel very irritable with others

  • You are having thoughts that there is no point to life or you feel you may harm yourself

  • You feel continually unable to function and carry out day to day activities

Charlies-Angel-Centre has a mixture of qualified and student counsellors

All The students we have are all assessed by their tutors as fit to practice before they go out to placements and we have regular check-ins with the training providers.


They have usually completed at least 2 years of training before they come out to us. and are all level 4 or degree level, They have all completed the written work required by the colleges/universities, all students must complete 100 hours (minimum) in a supervised counselling placement. before they are officially recognised as a qualified counsellor.