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Picture of a therapy group at The Harbour with the text: Harbour Bereavement Therapy Group Welcoming New Clients
A New Group For People Facing Bereavement in Bristol The Harbour Bereavement Therapy Group invites people affected by loss to come together to speak openly and honestly about the realities of their grief. We provide a safe, confidential space where individuals can share their experiences with others who have also lost someone close to them...
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Portrait of our CEO Sam Thomas standing by the front door of The Harbour building in Frogmore Street Bristol.
Earlier this morning our CEO Sam Thomas spoke with Emma Britton from the BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast Show. Tune into @bbcrb at 7.20am today to hear our CEO Sam Thomas talk about the work we are doing at #TheHarbourBristol to support those facing death, dying and bereavement during this difficult time. We will be thanking...
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The Harbour therapists in zoom meeting with thank you signs
Covid-19 has presented The Harbour with some unanticipated challenges, further highlighting the need for our service supporting people facing death, dying and bereavement. Thank you to the following funders who have helped us successfully navigate the challenges, we are most grateful for your support at this time: John James Bristol FoundationThe Quartet Community Foundation and...
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The Harbour staff outside the Harbour office
Do you want to help people in Bristol who face death, dying and bereavement? We are looking a few new trustees (based in and around Bristol) to join our board. We are looking for people who can bring a range of life experiences, backgrounds and skills to help our organisation develop and thrive. Trustees play...
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The Harbour provides specialist counselling services to people who face death, dying and bereavement. We offer individual, couple and group counselling.