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Palliative Counselling

Palliative counseling is a form of counselling that aims to provide emotional and psychological support to individuals and families who are facing a serious illness or nearing the end of life.


Palliative counseling addresses the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the individual and their loved ones, as they navigate the challenges and changes that come with a serious illness.


The counsellor may use a variety of techniques, such as talk therapy techniques, mindfulness practices, or grief and loss counselling, to help the individual and their loved one’s cope with the physical symptoms of the illness, address emotional and psychological concerns, and find meaning and purpose in the face of their illness. Palliative counseling can be beneficial for both the patient and their loved ones.

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