Bereavement Counselling 2017-06-14T16:41:06+00:00

Bereavement Counselling

 We can often find bereavement overwhelming as we find ourselves struggling with ferociously strong emotions. And the experience is different for everyone. Despite this, many people are anxious about whether they are grieving in the right way.

Even in the face of great loss, we can be so hard on ourselves. The truth is that there is no right way, but when someone close to us dies, our world is torn apart leaving a void where there had been so much.

Sarah can help you, over time, to turn grief and emptiness into hope, vision and courage.

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Please do get in touch with Sarah if you would like to book an appointment or hear more about her counselling in Guildford, Farnham, and Haslemere. Sarah offers a free 20-minute phone conversation to discuss the counselling or coaching plan that would work best for you. To contact Sarah, please call 07912 357 366, or email swiesendanger@googlemail.com

“I first met Sarah at the Fountain Centre when – sadly – my stepson was diagnosed with terminal cancer.  Our lives had been turned upside down and I had no idea how to cope when I felt that I was standing on the outside looking in.  Sarah’s gentle encouragement has taught me to recognise that – no matter how difficult life may be for others – my own needs were important too if I was going to maintain my sanity and well being.  Sarah has taught me coping techniques that have carried me through to making decisions that are right for me; visualization, tapping and breathing techniques are just a few that I have incorporated into my everyday life.  When I can breathe properly I can think straight!  Sarah is always encouraging and supportive and occasionally very funny too.  Laugher really is the best medicine and when she suggested that “we try something ridiculous” I was open minded enough to do so.  The issues that I have dealt with (and am still dealing with) are huge and I know that I am a work in progress.  With Sarah’s support and suggestions I can pick myself on even the worst of days and know that there is something better ahead.”

Sarah