Pet Bereavement Counselling
If your pet has died, you may be feeling devastated and struggling to cope with even daily tasks.
As an animal lover and owner of a dog, I know what it’s like to lose a pet.
From when I was a child, I’ve lost hamsters, a rabbit, guinea pigs, and cats.
Maybe for you your pet was your only companion, your best friend or even your work colleague.
They may have been your mental help support or helped you perform certain tasks that you found difficult.
You may be feeling lonely.
People who were not part of your household may not appreciate or understand the grief you are struggling with because they did not have the same attachment to your beloved animal.
You can find out more about bereavement, grief and loss and the symptoms of grief in my article here.
How I can help you
I’ll listen to you.
I’ll help by introducing some coping strategies that you might find useful.
I’ll help you to talk about your feelings so you can process and understand them.
I’ll help you to gradually begin to recall memories of your pet without the intense pain that can often accompany remembering.
I provide a safe, comfortable and confidential space in my therapy room in Thatcham, West Berkshire where we can talk about your loss. There’s no judgement by me. We will work together at your pace to gently unlock and open up your feelings and help you gain confidence to manage how you feel.
Our sessions will last 50 minutes and you can find details of pricing here.
If you have any questions or would like to get in touch to find out more or book an initial call, feel free to contact me via the contact form here, or call, text or send me an email.