Jewish Bereavement Counselling Service
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tel 0208 951 3881
JBCS remains open to help and support Jewish individuals through loss and bereavement.

Despite the safe distancing and self- isolation that people are compelled to adhere to in the battle against COVID19, JBCS is still able to carry out counselling through various social media means including whatsapp, zoom and telephone.

So please contact us now!
020 8951 3881

JBCS for Children & Schools

Do Children Grieve?

The death of a significant person can profoundly affect children.

Children experience the same feelings of pain, sadness, anxiety, anger and guilt as adults. They may also be confused by what has happened and how they are feeling, however, they may show these feelings in different ways.

Can Counselling Help?

Children can benefit from the opportunity to speak and play with someone who is skilled in working with children.

They are given the space to express their feelings, and to make sense of the death and all the changes it has brought about in their world.

Our counsellors are trained to work on bereavement issues with all children and teenagers

What about Parents and Carers

While the content of counselling sessions is confidential, whenever a child is seen, we also work with the adults who care for them to support their care, as seems most appropriate in each family.

Schools and Youth Groups?

JBCS supports schools and youth groups with bereavement issues

For further information or to arrange counselling please contact us.