To provide psychological support and consultation to individuals, caring professionals and organisations who have been affected by, or work with, suicide loss.
Suicide Grief Support is directed by Sue Egan (Psychotherapist), who is dedicated to the research and provision of suicide grief support services.
Sue Egan lost her brother to suicide in 2015 and has dedicated her doctoral research to understand the nuances of suicide grief and how professionals can best support those left behind. She now offers integrative services across the world alongside other psychology and coaching professionals.
Our passion is to inform, train and support organisations that have been affected by, or work with, suicide loss and individuals who have lost someone they love. Our approach is underpinned by the highest standards in our ethical and research-informed practice.
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Many factors can contribute to how we feel after a suicide loss. We focus on rebuilding your belief system, as we believe this is one of the most fundamental processes involved in recovering from a suicide loss. Of course, this is certainly NOT the only way to heal from grief. If you are stuck with how to process the death of a loved one to suicide, the first step is reaching out for professional help. I hope some of what we offer here helps you recognise how important your healing journey is. Please see our page of helpful resources to see what other free resources are available.
The information presented on this website and associated Facebook and Instagram pages concentrate on suicide bereavement research and psychological theories - in order to show you how you may best heal yourself. The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only. It is not for diagnosing, prognosticating, treatment or prescribing of mental health conditions - unless you choose to work with us further. For the treatment of any mental health condition, please contact us via a direct message, consult your physician or other healthcare provider.
THIS IS NOT A CRISIS SERVICE
If you are in crisis please know there are people out there that want to help.
The Samaritans offer non-judgemental support 24 hours a day - CALL 116 123
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