Support in Times of Grief and Loss
Guiding you through grief and loss
There is no right or wrong way to grieve and there is no set time limit to grieving. When we lose someone or something important to us, it can significantly impact all parts of life.
We are often faced with having to revise and re-learn our sense of self, identity, and understanding of the world. This process can be challenging and takes time. It can be even harder if the circumstances of the loss were unexpected, or traumatic.
Grief and loss can impact people on many levels:
During these times it’s important to ask for support. Sometimes it can be helpful to talk to someone who is not a family member or friend. This may include one of our counsellors here at Lifeline WA.
For queries or to make an appointment, please call 9261 4444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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This service is for anyone impacted by family separation, including:
Most children recover from grief without any long-term emotional struggles, but some children experience significant emotional distress that persists over time.
Our counsellors are experienced in supporting children after the loss of a loved one and can help them process complex emotions, to talk about their experience in a safe environment and to assist in adapting to the loss of a loved on.
There is no cost. This is a free service.