We offer one-to-one therapy sessions, therapeutic groups and friendship groups to people who are trying to come to terms with the death of others.

Cruse Oxfordshire works independently to give everyone, regardless of their situation or beliefs, unlimited time to face their problems.

There is no formal charge for our service, staffed by professionally trained volunteers, however we do rely on donations. In the first six months of 2017 our Bereavement Support Volunteers saw 615 people, that's 1,521 sessions helping bereaved people - 43% more than last year.

Cruse Oxfordshire follows the highest standards of counselling prescribed by our national head office and is an organisational member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

If you are seen by a Bereavement Volunteer (BV) they are supervised to monitor their work with you. All counselling is strictly confidential.