SUPPORTING YOU & HOW WE CAN HELP
Individual and Family/ Whanau Counselling
Our counsellors offer sessions to help you talk about your loss and grief in a caring way and help you make sense of the change that is taking place in your life.
Specialised Child Counselling
We work with children from age 6 or parents of children younger than 6 to support them to optimise the child’s development and wellbeing as they adjust to loss.
Support and Understanding
Sometimes people can feel they can’t speak up because of the expectations our culture has about grieving. To be told things such as “it’s time you moved on” or “you’ll find a new partner” can make it difficult to continue expressing your grief.
We will listen to you without expectations and accompany you as you make your way through this time.
You may associate grief with the death of a loved one but any loss can cause grief.
Grief Support Services Also Offers:
Grief Support Services is an independent not for profit organisation which greatly values donations to assist our community funding. We are a registered charity so you can claim a tax rebate on all donations above $5.
Suicide Bereavement Support Options
Our services relating to Suicide Bereavement Support are fully funded by Te Whatu Ora - HNZ.
We organise an annual Bereaved by Suicide Memorial Service which is held in September.
Details for 2022 will be published closer to the event date.
Suicide Bereavement Support Groups
Please join us in this safe space to share, find support and explore new ways to heal after the loss of someone to suicide, either recent or past.
WAVES After Suicide Support
WAVES is an 8-week grief education group that aims to support adults bereaved by suicide in their understanding and management of grief and development of resilience.
Suicide Loss Support Peers
Inviting people who have lived, experienced suicide, bereavement to provide time as a volunteer to support another person who is recently bereaved.