Cruse Scotland Bereavement Support

Delivered by Cruse Scotland
  • Talking therapies

Everyone experiences bereavement at some stage in their life, whether it's the death of a parent, a loved one, a friend or child. The experience often means that our lives will never be the same again. Sometimes the feelings - the despair, loneliness or even guilt - may overwhelm us, so much so that we need help. In time, and with support, we can work through such feelings and learn to live with our loss.

Cruse Scotland provides professional support for bereaved adults, children and families across Scotland. We also train and educate individuals and organisations to help bereaved people.

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