Coping with bereavement

There’s no right or wrong way to grieve. The important thing is to recognise how you’re feeling and to know how to look after yourself properly. This guide from the NHS walks you through the different stages of grief, talking about the person who has died and how you can get help if you need it.

Read coping with bereavement

Look after yourself

After the death of a loved one, you can be so concerned about everyone else that you forget to look after yourself. If a loved one has died at Trinity, we offer bereavement groups, counselling and other services free of charge. 

Learn more about our bereavement support

Learn more about our drop in support group 

Child bereavement

Understanding and coping with bereavement can be very difficult for children and young people. This is why we offer bereavement support specifically for them.

Read more about our child bereavement support

You and your family

Our team can provide support and advice to help you and your family cope with the emotional, physical and financial effects of an advanced illness.

Download our guide

Meals to show you care

Watching someone you love grieve can leave you feeling helpless. Food doesn’t hold the answer to everything, but it is one way to show you care.

Read 10 meals to show you care

At a Loss - GriefChat

AtaLoss.org provides a 'one stop shop' of local and specified bereavement support. You can find local bereavement services tailored to your needs, including groups and counselling, through their website. 

GriefChat is an online bereavement support chat available 9am-9pm Monday-Friday. It provides emotional support for bereaved people, access to trained bereavement counsellors and referral into other specialist bereavement services. Click below to speak to a counsellor.

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