Relaxed, informal yet professional bereavement support for students.

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During the course of their studies, many students find themselves experiencing enormous distress following the sudden or even traumatic loss of a friend and/or loved one. With the recent Covid-19 pandemic, the need for bereavement support has never been greater and in order to meet this increasing need amongst our students, Chi Uni Wellbeing Service has teamed up with Bereavement Care UK to provide professional, informal, bereavement support for students. 

Suggested for students that:

  • Experienced a bereavement at any time in their life
  • Experienced a sudden or unexpected death
  • Witnessed a traumatic or violent death
  • Experiencing a grief reaction

     X Not suitable for Acute PTSD following death


Lesley Hadely – Bereavement Coordinator, Bereavement Care UK

Ang Higgins – Bereavement Coordinator, Bereavement Care UK


(bookable 30 min appointments available weekly)


Meetings take place remotely using Microsoft Teams

Referral / book an appointment:


Additional information:

For more information on Bereavement Care UK please follow this link:


Bereavement Care also offer a Bereavement Wellbeing Group which runs on the 3rd Tuesday of every month, 12.15-1.45, New Park Community Centre: