Our Team

The Drop In Bereavement Centre 

is managed and co-ordinated by the Co-founders of the Project and expertise advisement of Community Links (Kevin Jenkins) working towards developing the goals and strategic needs for the bereaved community. 

Our Volunteers - The Centre has a dedicated team of volunteer staff members who are constantly working towards supporting and befriending individuals and families in helping them cope with their grief.

The Complementary Therapists - Physical changes takes place on the body following bereavement - feelings of lethargic, loss of concentration, delaying shock resulting in feelings of numbness - life changes dramatically physically and mentally - loss of identity and self esteem - treatments of reiki, reflexology, aromatherapy body massage and Indian Head Massages are offered to gain rebalance and inner well being.

Bereavement Counsellors - The Centre offers 6-12 consecutive counselling sessions for service users. one to one sessions deals with feelings of depressive state of mind - loneliness - emptiness - anger - hurt - betrayal - guilt - supression of thoughts - fear of taking responsibility of household finances - talking about feelings of emotions leading to taking control of lives through recognition of the need to talk to someone other than family members.All counsellors adheres to the Ethical Framework of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). 

Gardener - Gardener Bill was a User in 2011 and volunteered to look after the garden space; He has made the garden space into a holistic tranquil space for users to make use of throughout the summer periods. Do visit our picture gallery to view our before and after images of Bill's wonderful creation. Click here THE CENTRES GARDEN

For all enquries click here to contact us.

The Drop In Bereavement Centre is a Registered Charity No. 1161526     

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