Problems associated with life crises, such as bereavement, illness or relationships.
Emotional support can be important in helping survivors and their carers to adjust to the changes that have occurred and to deal with perhaps difficult or painful feelings. Sometimes just talking to one of our staff or someone who has been through a similar experience can be helpful. In other cases, survivors and/or their carers may need a greater degree of emotional support and that is where a trained counsellor with experience of working with people affected by a brain injury may be able to help
Counselling can provide valuable and confidential support. Counselling provides a space where you can talk to someone about your concerns and emotional difficulties, someone trained and skilled in listening and helping you clarify your thoughts and feelings, which you may not be able to discuss with anyone else.
Headway Worcestershire offers a counselling service for survivors, their carers and close family members for a defined range of problems.
If you would like to make a referral, please click here to access the referral form. If you like to learn more about this service then please contact us email@example.com or call on 01905 729 729
Socialisation - going out for the first time
Building self-esteem and confidence to take control of their life again
Education and confidence for employment or voluntary work
Confidence to live on their own
Coping methods and strategies for everyday problems