Caring for someone with a terminal illness is an emotional and stressful experience, often involving a range of feelings such as hope, fear, stress, anger, regret and grief.
Family members are often focused on looking after the physical and emotional needs of their loved one, but also need to also ensure that they are looking after their own emotional wellbeing too.
Grief and bereavement counselling can be helpful in assisting family and friends to cope with the illness of their loved one. Counselling can help people to understand the illness and prepare for their loss.
During these times, counselling can focus on providing emotional support, as well as helping family to plan for and organize their practical needs.
Call us on 1300 739 531 to make an appointment
- Phones answered Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 8pm, Saturdays 9-5pm
- After-hours appointments available weeknights to 8pm, Saturdays 9am to 4pm.
- Medicare and Private Health rebates can be processed at your session.
- For details on our psychologists, see Our Team.