Grief is a natural response and should not be discounted

It can be an extremely intense and painful process affecting our ability to cope with everyday life. Everyone’s experience of grief is personal and unique. You may wish to talk to someone who understands these emotions and who can offer sound advice.

Below are just a few qualified resources we can recommend.

Grief Counsellors

Grief Line
B.VSc, B.Mus

From 12pm - 3pm/7 days a week

Dr. David Foote
B.VSc, B.Mus
Judith Krause

M. Social Work (pq)
M. Health Science (Behavioural Science)
M. Health Science (Sexual Health)
Graduate Diploma in Applied Counselling
M. Education – Adult (HRD)
Graduate Diploma in Adolescent Health & Welfare
B. Education – Adult (HRD)

I understand the anguish of losing a pet from personal experience and at the same time regularly work with people experiencing bereavement and associated grief.

I am happy to be of assistance for those who may be experiencing the loss of a loved one.

Australian Centre for Grief & Bereavement
Bereavement Counselling and Support Service
Penny Carroll
Teachers' Cert; BEd; Grad Dip Ministry; MED Studies (Guidance & Counselling)

Audio Support

The following is a recording from an audio book entitled “The Astonishing Power of Emotions: Let Your Feelings Be Your Guide”

You can learn more on their their website

We sincerely hope that you find it beneficial.

Recommended Reading

Snort's Special Gift

When Pets Die

When Your Pet Dies: A Guide to Mourning, Remembering and Healing

Rainbow Tears: Reflections of Pet Loss, Grief and Healing

How To Roar: Pet Loss Grief Recovery