Turn to Hospice for Counselling Support
Dealing with loss, uncertainty, and change, as well as having to make decisions associated with an advanced illness, can be as difficult as the physical pain. Hospice offers a safe place to express negative and other emotions without being judged. Our registered clinical counsellors and trained volunteers provide individuals and/or their families with practical, emotional and spiritual support.
- Explore meaning, purpose and value in their lives
- Reconcile and heal relationships
- Complete important personal tasks
- Coordinate care with other health care providers
- Cope with sudden, unexpected or traumatic death
We Also Offer Help for Teens
Helping teens cope with grief, better understand the grieving process, or transition through a traumatic period, are just some of the ways our Hospice Society can help. Our on-site education programs, part of our community outreach services, provide learning and support for teens and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your school. Our registered clinical counsellors offer support and education to teens individually or in a group setting.
We serve people of all ages and our services are free of charge. To make an appointment with a counsellor, please call 604-531-7484 or email us.
Hospice Counselling Services Tailored to Your Needs
Tell us how our caring team of trained volunteers and registered clinical counsellors can best help you. Counselling by phone is also available.
In person (one-on-one) or family counselling is offered at the Hospice Society or other location of your choice.
A support group is ideal for those who feel more comfortable receiving counselling with others.
In-Home or Hospital
Those with limited mobility may benefit from receiving counselling services at home or in hospital.
Where to Find Us
Peace Arch Hospice Society
15435 - 16A Avenue, South Surrey
British Columbia, Canada V4A 1T2