The Jewish Bereavement Counselling Service offers counselling to anyone in the Jewish community who is struggling or having difficulties managing after the death of a significant person in their lives.
After an initial assessment, you will be allocated a counsellor and meet with them for 50 minutes, once a week. The number of sessions will depend on your individual situation. Counselling can take place either in your own home or at a venue elsewhere within London and the Home Counties. JBCS also offers telephone and Skype counselling to those outside of these areas.
JBCS also offers a range of bereavement support groups – please contact them for details.
c/o Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus, 221 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 9DQ
London and the Home Counties (telephone and Skype counselling also available)
Who is it for:
Bereaved Jewish individuals, children, young people and families
A contribution appropriate to your financial circumstances (no one is turned away for financial reasons)
How to apply:
You can refer yourself or be referred by a GP, Rabbi or other professional/organisation, or by a friend with your permission