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The following information is for referrers who would like to signpost a client or patient to Bereft for bereavement counselling.
We ask that all requested information is filled in to the best of your knowledge. Inaccurate or missing details may delay the referral process and prevent us from supporting service users in the most efficient and effective way.
Whilst we endeavour to do all we can to support bereaved clients at Bereft, we are also aware of our limitations. Following your referral, we will conduct an initial assessment with the client and if we conclude they are not best suited for bereavement counselling, we will let you know via email so that you can seek alternative support.

If your client decides to engage in bereavement counselling with us, we can offer counselling either in-person or remotely. Sessions would be weekly, for up 24 weeks, and take place Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 8:50pm or Saturday between 9:00am and 2:50pm. The more flexibility clients are able to offer, the more quickly we are able to allocate a bereavement counsellor to them. Please note that Bereft is a small independent charity and everyone using the service is asked to consider making a per-session donation according to their means.

To make a referral, please either

Pass on our contact details so that your client can reach out to us when they feel ready to do so. We can be contacted by calling on 0208 896 2800 or by filling in our online self-assessment form here: bereftbereavementsupport@hotmail.co.uk

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Fill in the contact form below, giving us as much relevant information as possible. Please note that we require the client’s name, home address, telephone number and email address so that we can reach out to them directly. We usually make contact via email initially as we find this is less intrusive.

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Send an email to bereftbereavementsupport@hotmail.co.uk, including as much relevant information as possible. Please note that we require the client’s name, home address, telephone number and email address so that we can reach out to them directly. We usually make contact via email initially as we find this is less intrusive.

When you have submitted your form, a member of the office team will get in touch to confirm whether or not we have all the information we need.