01782 683155 

Adult Services
& Group Support

How we can help

We offer counselling and other support to people of all ages who have experienced a bereavement, significant loss, or life changing or limiting illness.  We also work with people who are trying to cope with anticipatory grief, i.e. you or someone you love has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. We recognise that bereavement impacts everyone differently, and that some bereavements can feel a lot harder to talk about than others, such as those associated with suicide, or a traumatic incident.  We also know that the impact of bereavement isn’t always immediate, sometimes people start to struggle months or even years down the line, or just feel very stuck in their grief when it feels as though everyone else has moved on.

Accessing counselling can help you to make sense of what you are experiencing, regaining a sense of control, express your emotions, and empower you to make the changes you want to see in your life.

Our Locations

How do I refer?

Please ring the office on 01782 683155, a member of staff will be able to talk to you about our referral process and send you more information.

If we are unable to organise a face-to-face appointment in your area for whatever reason, you can always make use of our telephone counselling service.

  • Each Counselling session costs the charity £45.00
  • In some areas the local CCG part-fund this charge.
  • In this case we would simply invite you to make a contribution each session to help us to maintain and enhance the quality of our service delivery.
  • If the CCG does not part-fund the counselling in your area sessions you will be charged for the sessions.
  • To find out more information in relation to the costs for where you live please call our Head Office on
    01782 683155.

Leaflets and Resources

Please download our leaflets here:









Grief Allowed (PDF)            Allow Grief  (PDF)

Bereavement Support Groups

We recognise that not everyone who experiences a bereavement or loss needs specialist counselling in order to be able to feel like themselves again, and because of that we have started to offer support groups where you can meet other people in a similar position to yourself and learn some skills to help you to cope with your own circumstances.

To find out if there are bereavement support groups in your area please follow the link or call us on our Head Office number 01782 683155.

Our Locations

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Dove Buddies

Dove Buddies is our social/friendship group for adults who have experienced bereavement and who are struggling with social connections, loneliness and isolation.

The group meets up monthly within the Community Room of the Stoke-on-Trent M&S Wolstanton store (off A500 Northbound exit) from 10.30am to 12.00pm.  Come and join us for a cuppa, a biscuit and a friendly face – just £1 donation to the Dove Service.

New dates for your diary:
Wed 19th June 2019
Tues 23rd July 2019
Tues 17th Sept 2019
Tues 22nd Oct 2019

For more info. call us on our Head Office number 01782 683155.