Stars Supporting Young People In Cambridge Facing Grief2018-10-13T17:52:49+00:00

Stars supporting young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss

 

Stars – Supporting Young People Facing Grief. Everyone will experience bereavement during their life, but for young people, the death of a parent or another important person in their lives can be terrible to deal with.

Young people need time to be listened to and to speak about their fears and hopes for the future, but sometimes that’s difficult when others in the family are coping with their own grief. It can be helpful for young people to have support from someone outside of the family, to enable them to share their thoughts and emotions, which if left unexpressed, can lead to anger, disruptive behaviour and concentration issues at school.

Our counsellors, in Cambridgeshire, can help by listening and encouraging young people to express their painful emotions through creative play and work.

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Stories from Stars

Stars For Young People Facing Grief- Georges Story

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Stars For Young People Facing Grief - Katies Story

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Stars For Young People Facing Grief - Ann-Maries Story

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Support for young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss

About Stars

Stars is an independent charity that relies on charitable donations to continue its work with children and young people in Cambridgeshire.

Contact Stars

Stars Children’s Bereavement Support Services
c/o CPDC Foster Road
Trumpington
Cambridge CB2 9NL

Talk to Stars for support 01223 863511

Email for support at [email protected]

Stars supporting young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss

 

Stars - Supporting Young People Facing Grief. Everyone will experience bereavement during their life, but for young people, the death of a parent or another important person in their lives can be terrible to deal with.

Young people need time to be listened to and to speak about their fears and hopes for the future, but sometimes that’s difficult when others in the family are coping with their own grief. It can be helpful for young people to have support from someone outside of the family, to enable them to share their thoughts and emotions, which if left unexpressed, can lead to anger, disruptive behaviour and concentration issues at school.

Our counsellors, in Cambridgeshire, can help by listening and encouraging young people to express their painful emotions through creative play and work.

Stories from Stars

Stars For Young People Facing Grief- Georges Story
Click Here To Listen To Georges Story.
 
Stars For Young People Facing Grief - Katies Story
Click Here To Listen To Katie's Story.
 
Stars For Young People Facing Grief - Ann-Maries Story
Click Here To Listen to Ann-Marie’s story.