Specialist counselling for miscarriage


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Unfortunately, 1 in 4 pregnancies ends in miscarriage. These statistics can be higher if you have undergone fertility treatment. 

There is no right or wrong way to feel after a miscarriage. While some mothers and their partners come to accept their loss quickly, others take longer. Some, cope well at the time but find the pain of their loss comes to them later.

If you have lost a baby, you will understandably feel sad and need time to grieve.

Miscarriage is often an unhappy, frightening, lonely experience for both women and men. It is common for women and men to grieve in different ways.

It is important to be able to talk about this with someone you can trust, to help you feel less alone. I understand and recognise the emotional impact your loss may be having on you and your partner.

At Lifecare Counselling, I give you the opportunity to grieve and explore your feelings in a safe, nurturing, confidential environment, not to lock those feelings away but to find ways to live with them.

If it is more convenient, I could communicate via the phone or via Skype, you may find it helpful to discuss certain concerns and/or experiences or to seek support on how to deal with family, friends or work colleagues who may have known you were pregnant.

If you feel that you are struggling after a miscarriage, please do not struggle alone. I can offer you a free 15 minute, no obligation telephone call to answer any questions you may have about specialist counselling for miscarriage and to see if I could help you.