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Kingston upon Thames, Greater London
Job description

We are currently inviting applications for volunteer counsellors to join our counselling team to provide one to one counselling on a brief therapy basis of ten sessions to adults who have been bereaved.

Training on bereavement counselling will be provided, and you will have the opportunity to join our CPD training programme for free. This covers effective brief therapy, working with complex clients and systemic perspectives for supporting families through a bereavement.

This is an excellent opportunity for trainee or qualified counsellors wanting to develop their skills within a brief therapy framework and who are interested in expanding their experience of working with loss and bereavement.

Kingston Bereavement Service is a successful local charity, established in 1988, to support those who have been bereaved and are working, living, studying or registered with a GP in Kingston upon Thames. Adult clients may self-refer or be referred by a GP or a professional agency. They may have had a very recent bereavement or their loss may have occurred some years ago and they may feel stuck and unable to move forwards. Some clients have experienced traumatic, unexpected loss, including deaths through suicide and murder, of family, children, friends and partners. Pre-existing ill health, social isolation, lower income or pre-existing mental health problems may also prevent some clients from going through the natural bereavement process. We also find that addiction agencies often refer to us, as experiencing a bereavement may increase the risk of relapse amongst recovering addicts.

Ideally you need to have had one year clinical experience, or have experience in a hospital, hospice or bereavement service, and have acquired 50 clinical hours.

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Kingston Bereavement Service

Kingston Bereavement Service was established in 1988 and is committed to supporting children, young people, adults and families who have been b... Read more

Posted on: 17 September 2019
Closing date: 10 October 2019
Tags: Advice, Information
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