Bereavement service

The death of a family member or friend can be painful and distressing. You may need to speak to someone about how you feel and the changes you are facing. At St Joseph’s we have a team of highly trained and experienced counsellors who can help.

Patient and family counselling

Emotional distress and worries are not unusual among people affected by life limiting illness and are an understandable reaction to what can be a painful and challenging experience.

Children and Young Person's Bereavement Service

St Joseph’s Hospice provides bereavement support to children, young people and families who have lost a family member, care giver or other significant person in their life.

Spiritual care

Our Mission is to provide loving, high quality person centred care continues in the Hospice and in the community. We have a committed multi-faith Chaplaincy team to help deliver spiritual and pastoral care to our patients and their loved ones, our staff and volunteers.

Islington Bereavement Service

Walking alongside people in their grief.
Trained volunteers offer emotional support and compassionate listening to bereaved adults in Islington in one-to-one and in group settings.

Haringey Bereavement Service

The Haringey Bereavement Service is provided by St Joseph’s Hospice in partnership with the Haringey Palliative Care Service. If you are 18+ years of age, live in the borough of Haringey and have been bereaved, we can help.

Social Work and Welfare Benefits

Our team of specialist palliative care social workers help manage the emotional impact and practical problems that affect those with a life-limiting illness, their families and carers.

Patient Art Therapy

Art Therapy uses art to explore feelings, in a safe environment. Sessions offer the opportunity to make
artwork and reflect and share experiences in a group setting. No previous experience of making art is needed and you don’t need a referral.