Bereavement Tag

And…how are you?

And…how are you?

This time of year there are traditionally two strong messages circulating from all corners of society. The first is a message of ‘Be charitable: remember those in need, remember those worse off than you’. All admirable and worthy sentiments. The second is that of ‘Be...
The late stage Dementia grief process

The late stage Dementia grief process

Some of my work as a bereavement counsellor is to sit with the ones left behind. We work through ‘the grief process’…a clichéd yet necessary term for the gruelling journey each mortal must take in the dark face of loss. But is loss and grief only about death? What...
Kerry Ingham – counsellor – Tunbridge Wells

Kerry Ingham – counsellor – Tunbridge Wells

Kerry Ingham Counsellor in Tunbridge Wells As an integrative humanistic counsellor I am often asked if I analyse people. Few are convinced when I say ‘no’ and most are curious to know what they would gain through working with me. I believe the following:    ...
Low self-esteem

Low self-esteem

Low Confidence or Self-Esteem Low self-esteem and low self-confidence are not the same things but they can be closely linked and one can influence the other. Most of us experience both of these from time to time, in fact always being confident and having high...
Grief, Mourning and Bereavement

Grief, Mourning and Bereavement

Grief How can counselling help? Many people find grief hard to understand, and harder to cope with. Some tell themselves they ‘should’ be feeling better by now or they can’t cope. Counselling provides a safe place dedicated to you to discuss whatever...

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