Counselling and support is now being offered through a mix of face-to-face and telephone or video link.
Our update on Covid-19 and Listening Ear explains more.
We believe in the transformative power of counselling. As a thriving and developing charity and social enterprise, we’re here to help those who’ve been bereaved, suffered loss or experienced separation.
We’re proud of our services and our partnerships with local authorities, the NHS, schools, local businesses and the trusts and foundations that help fund our work. We’re equally proud of the staff and volunteers who help us deliver high quality therapy and support.
The future development of Listening Ear depends on us maintaining and expanding these links, as well as on the support and donations we receive from individuals like you. Together, we make a great team.
July 2021 Following government advice regarding Covid-19, Listening Ear is employing a mixed method of service delivery including distance support, outdoor support as well as some face-to-face services (following Covid-safe working practices) in order to balance minimum face-to-face contact with delivering an effective service, sensitive to the diverse needs of our clients as key-workers. In […]Read more >
Amparo briefings reach 650+ people
Over 650 people have now attended or booked a place on a free briefing session aimed at explaining the role of Listening Ear’s Amparo service in supporting people who are affected by suicide. After previously advertised sessions were quickly booked up, additional sessions have now been arranged for July, August and September. The 40 minute […]Read more >
Sue Steps Out to Walk the Bay
When Sue Heaps lost her husband to suicide, it was the start of what she describes as ‘a horrendous path’. Thankfully, Sue was referred for help to Amparo, Listening Ear’s support after suicide service. The support of one of Amparo’s dedicated suicide liaison workers has helped Sue in coming to terms with her loss – […]Read more >