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Counselling

Myton Hospice offer a confidential counselling service to patients, their relatives, friends and families including children. If you are an in-patient or a relative of an in-patient, you can be seen in one of the designated rooms within the Hospice.If you are an outpatient you and your relatives / friends can be seen at either Rugby Myton Hospice, Coventry Myton Hospice or Warwick Myton Hospice. For patients or carers a home visit can be arranged if you are not able to attend a visit on one of t

Counselling Meeting at Myton

The Myton Hospices offer a confidential counselling service to patients, their relatives, friends and families including children. If you are an in-patient or a relative of an in-patient, you can be seen in one of the designated rooms within the Hospice.If you are an outpatient you and your relatives / friends can be seen at either Rugby Myton Hospice, Coventry Myton Hospice or Warwick Myton Hospice. For patients or carers a home visit can be arranged if you are not able to attend a visit on one of these sites.

How Counselling can help

  • By providing an opportunity to talk in confidence, to someone who is not directly involved in your situation.
  • By sharing your worries and fears in confidence, you can often feel less over-whelmed by them, and work towards a better understanding of how you are feeling.
    • It can also help you to feel more in control even though there are some things you cannot change

Family Support Service / Counselling for Children, Adolescents and Parents

The Family Support Service is called ‘Rainbow Ripples’ and is for children and teenagers who have been affected by the serious illness or death of a close family member.
There is also support and advice available for parents enabling them to support their children and one to one Counselling Handcounselling for all members of the family.

Bereavement support / counselling.

There are a range of group activities which allow youngsters to share their feelings and experiences with other children and express their feelings more clearly.

How do you access the service?

If you are an in-patient or relative you can ask a nurse, doctor or for further details about counselling at either site, please contact Karen Williams, Department Secretary, who will forward your enquiry to a Counsellor on 01926 492518 ext 257

All Counsellors must be current members or student members of a recognised professional association e.g. BACP or UKCP and are expected to be familiar with and abide by the BACP Ethical Framework.

 

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