Dealing with grief
Bupa’s experts offer a range of bereavement support to help you cope with the pain of grief.
We can support you if you’re dealing with grief after losing someone close to you. You don’t even have to be a Bupa customer.
Our tips for dealing with grief
Understanding grief and bereavement
This article explores the impact of grief. Also, what to do if your grief becomes complex or it’s difficult to move on as you need to.
Dealing with bereavement for frontline workers
In this podcast, two Bupa counsellors explore how health and care staff are being affected by the loss of patients, residents, colleagues and loved ones due to COVID-19.
Hear it on your desktop via your usual browser, or download a podcast app to listen on your mobile
Mental health support as part of Bupa health insurance
†Direct Access telephone services are available as long as the symptoms are covered under the policy. If your cover excludes conditions you had before your policy started, we’ll ask you to provide evidence from your GP that your symptoms are not pre-existing for a period of up to two years from policy start date (or up to five years in the case of mental health). We can then refer you to a consultant or therapist through the Direct Access service. Always call us first to check your eligibility.
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