CARIS Islington

Bereavement Service

The CARIS Bereavement Service helps children, young people and adults with a connection to Islington who are experiencing bereavement. We will help anyone in Islington who has been bereaved, regardless of disability, ethnicity, gender, race, religion or sexuality, or whether the bereavement was recent or a long time ago. Our service is free and confidential. Counselling takes place in our premises in Tollington Park and since the pandemic we now also offer phone and video counselling. There are stairs down to our office. If mobility is an issue we might be able to meet at the GP clinic or other location where an appropriate room can be assured.

Camden & Islington Bereavement Service
Islington Bereavement Service
Counselling Advice

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About Grieving

Please click here for more information about grief or follow these links for related websites:

Bereavement support for adults

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

The Compassionate Friends

Bereavement support for children and young people
Childhood Bereavement Network

Winston's Wish

Mental health organisations
Royal College of Psychiatrists


The Samaritans

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If you don’t live in Islington

If you don’t live in Islington or have an affiliation to the borough, unfortunately we will not be able to offer you help. Try one of the following links:

Cruse (bereavement counselling for adults)
Childhood Bereavement Network (bereavement counselling for children and young people)

Bereavement Service Staff

The Bereavement Service Manager is Chrystelle Heldire. The administrator is Liz Brereton. The Senior Counsellors are Miriam Le Count and Gifty Ogene . They are all accredited or registered with a UK counselling or psychotherapy body.

Client records are kept for 6 years.

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