Emotional Support

emotional support

Talking can help make sense of worries and sharing them with someone else can be a relief. We have a range of professionals, both staff and volunteers, to help provide you and your family with emotional support. From Counsellors to Clinical Psychologists, our Patient and Family Support team will arrange to meet you to talk through what sort of support would be most helpful. If you are unable to come to the Hospice in Farnham or the Beacon Centre in Guildford, they will arrange to come and see you at home.

The worker with whom you build up a relationship can continue to support you throughout this time. If appropriate they can continue to support you after the death of your loved one. For more informational on this, please see our bereavement support page.

For people (patients, their family and friends) living with cancer, MS, MND, chronic heart disease or another terminal illness, we run a Emotional Health & Wellbeing discussion group held every Wednesday at 1.30pm in the Beacon Centre.

If you have any questions on our services around emotional support, please contact us on 01252 729430 or email pafs@pth.org.uk