Aftercare Support Group
We currently run two Aftercare Support Groups at the KBS offices once a month, for a period of six months. The groups are facilitated by experienced counsellors and are for clients who have finished their individual counselling at KBS.
The main goal of a bereavement support group is to break the isolation grief can impose on all of us. Participants have a chance to meet other people who are experiencing a significant loss and to share what works and what does not work. Different topics will be discussed according to need.
This groups are now full but we have a waiting list for new groups, times and dates of which will be confirmed soon.
If you are interested in attending, please call the office on 020 8547 1552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2013 Kingston Bereavement Service celebrated its 25th Anniversary
The event was attended by the Worshipful the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Councillor Penny Shelton, with a fantastic speech made by Dame Barbara Monroe, Chief Executive of St Christopher'sHospice, who praised the important work undertaken by KBS. Here are some pictures of the celebrations.
Dame Barbara entertained attendees with an interesting, and at times funny, overview of the key people who have brought about changes in the understanding of bereavement and its impact over the last 25 years.
The event was also attended by The Mayoress Mrs Hilary Shaw and Baroness Susan Kramer, who looked on as the mayor cut the cake.
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We currently run two Aftercare Support Groups, for clients who have finished their individual counselling but would like a bit more support. These run once a month for a period of six months. Please click here for more details.
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