“Where there is sorrow, there is holy ground.” Oscar Wilde
With a particular interest in supporting people through bereavement and loss of any kind, I draw on my experience as a bereavement counsellor at a central London Hospice as well as in private practice.
You may have suffered a recent bereavement or be looking for support as you prepare for the death of someone close to you. You may not have been able to grieve the losses you experienced in childhood, the death of a parent or sibling or you may have suffered another kind of loss that has impacted your life. Sometimes we need to grieve the things we have hoped for and never had – our unfulfilled hopes and dreams.
Together, we can make room for these experiences and look at how they are shaping your story.
“It was through the dark waters of grief that I came to touch my un-lived life, by at last unleashing my unshed tears for the losses in my world. Grief led me back into a world that was vivid and radiant. There is some strange intimacy between grief and aliveness, some sacred exchange between what seems unbearable and what is most exquisitely alive.” Francis Weller