What we do
Bereavement and Loss Counselling
Young people do not always get a chance to explore their feelings around loss. This can include other recognised forms of loss such as divorce, a parent/carer in prison, hospital or the armed forces, parents with complex mental or physical health, or substance use.
Our specialist counsellors work holistically with young people to improve their long term mental health and wellbeing. The counselling also has a preventative element as they prepare young people to be more resilient moving forward in life, offering coping mechanisms around the loss they have suffered.
Referrals for counselling (aged 5+) can be made via CAMHS in Bury by telephoning 0161 716 1100.
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For younger children trying to explore their emotions, why not visit our microsite ‘Memotional’ that has been developed to help children understand happiness, sadness, anger, fear and disgust, offers advice and self-help, whilst at the same time being a bright, interactive and fun microsite. www.memotional.co.uk
How did we do?
This is your opportunity to ‘Have Your Say’ on the service you received. Your feedback is very important to us and helps us deliver a better service to the young people and families we support. We would love it if you would take a moment to either complete a short anonymous Survey Monkey by scanning the QR code or by downloading the pdf (click on the image below) and sending back to us (Early Break, Annara House, 7-9 Bury Road, Radcliffe, M23 2UG). Thanks for your help!
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