Specialist Grief Recovery Coaching


“Those who have suffered understand suffering and therefore extend their hand.”  Patti Smith


coaching sessions

helping you navigate from traumatic grief to acceptance and peace


Losing a loved one by suicide can result in very complex emotions plus a lengthy and confusing bereavement. Loneliness and isolation can be experienced as the intensity of anger, sadness, guilt, blame, resentment, stigma, shame, the wondering of ‘what if’s’ and questioning ‘why?’ over and over sets in. 



If you are feeling or experiencing any of the above then you can benefit from my Acceptance grief recovery programme to help you heal from this trauma and move into your new ‘normal,’


There is no right way to grieve.

Journey of Grief


In the aftermath of your tragic loss, I am here beside you on your journey as you walk to navigate the rugged, complex, wild path of the unknown.

A path that at times can feel like a maze where you can find yourself stuck and need gentle guidance to move in another direction.

A path that sometimes can feel so winding you feel you’re going round in circles. A path that can go up and then down.

A path that sometimes is dark and heavy and then light and bright.

One thing is certain, on this journey of grief and mourning, you are, sometimes very slowly and other times so fast you end up feeling breathless, moving forward.

Through your sessions I support you to navigate your forever changed life to get used to the new ‘normal’.


I believe you can:

  • get to a place of acceptance with what has happened
  • come to accept that you’ll never have all the answers
  • feel peaceful
  • use this loss to make meaningful changes in your own life
  • discover, through this event in your life, your hidden talents and achieve your potential
  • learn lessons from this sad event in your life to take forward into your new ‘normal’


Although initially hard to work through my feelings in relation to the loss, seeing Balbir in our regular sessions helped me to make sense of my feelings that I was stuck with over a year after my fathers suicide. It was painful to face into the grief I was feeling, and to realise the positive things I could do to both manage the grief and begin to work through it.

I would say that Balbir’s strength lies in a combination of her ability to be warm and approachable which puts a person at ease and enables them to open up, combined with her ability to positively challenge you when you need to consider different approaches to your thoughts and feelings.

I warmed to Balbir quickly, and despite being one of the toughest and challenging times my life, I always knew that following a session with Balbir, however tough it would be, I would feel better having spent time with her.” JC, Manager

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