Pathways Bereavement Support

Bereavement is a journey to be travelled, not an illness to be cured or a problem to be solved. Some who are bereaved need companionship on that journey. It’s good to have people around who understand loss and grief and can offer reassurance as specific issues are faced.

Previous course participants have found the course useful and commented that the course was, “A useful community resource“, “Supportive“, “Helpful“, “I appreciated the follow up support.

The Pathways programme is open to all who are living with loss. Bring a friend or family member for additional support if you’d like to.  It will offer you that kind of support, as it focuses on particular aspects of the journey of loss and allows people to feel they are in the company of those who are dealing with common concerns and feelings.

The Pathways programme and how to sign up.

When is it on? (Programme dates)

How did Pathways come about?