If you need someone to talk to, we're here to listen and assist.
Counselling is offered to all our clients, as well as their family and loved ones. Our counsellors are well trained in all grief and loss issues. It's available as individual sessions (either face-to-face or over the phone) or in a group support setting. If there’s difficulties surrounding the relationship and a person has died, you may need to visit a psychologist, social worker or counsellor – all are available at Hopewell Centre.
It’s important to note, even after your loved one has died, we’ll continue to support you with our services. Our active bereavement support is available to all. We’re here to support you every stage of the way.
We also offer specialised programs throughout the year including:
- Children's grief and loss support - ideal for children aged 6 to 11 years old. Using a holistic approach to address the body, mind and spirit of the child and providing a supportive space for them to express their feelings.
- Parents Group - providing support parents and caregivers to address their own grief and recommend appropriate strategies to assist supporting their child.
How to access these services
Referrals can be made directly to the Hopewell Centre – anyone can make them; parents, a family member, your doctor, specialist or other health professionals.