Initial Shock

Immediate relief to ease the pain

When you first find out that someone close to you has passed away, you've been told by your spouse or partner that they want to leave, or you've just been giving a life altering diagnosis. Handling the initial shock can make coming to terms with the event much easier. Often times, it helps to talk about your feelings and emotions to a trained professional.

What support do you need?

There are a range of products and guides to help you at this stage. The main thing to remember is that you do not have to live through this alone and without help. If you can, reach out to friends and family. If you are working, it's a good idea to advise your manager, so they can support you at work.


Often times, it's easier for people to confide in an independent, professional person. If that's something you feel would benefit you, please arrange a session via my scheduler.

6 'States of Being' Necessary to Heal from Grief

Free resource

90 minute Session

Individual

I'm always reviewing comments from clients to establish how I can provide more support, by creating new products and resources. Please check back here regularly, or subscribe to the mailing list to be informed automatically. By subscribing I'll be able to support you with additional information on how to cope with grief. 

After the initial shock, you'll find that you'll probably want to start addressing the practicalities of life. To read about this stage, click the link below:

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