Comfort and support from those who understand
Facilitated by a qualified Griefline counsellor
Integrating psychoeducation, evidence-based interventions and the personal experiences of the group to normalise grief, navigate emotional distress, reduce isolation and foster resilience.
Our group program draws upon the emotional benefits of peer support, in conjunction with evidence-backed information to help reduce the stigma that can be associated with grief, and building an understanding that each person experiences grief in a different way.
Group support framework and format
Hope and healing after loss
A closed group environment for individuals seeking group support after the loss of a loved one. The purpose of this group is to support the health and wellbeing of participants who have lost a loved one by creating a safe space for participants to connect with people, share personal experiences and learn ways to cope and cultivate self-compassion to move through their grief and find hope after loss.
Who can attend the Griefline group support program
The Griefline online bereavement support groups are open to Australian residents who:
- have experienced the death of someone whom they have had a close personal relationship such as a partner, close friend, or family member
- are aged 18 years and older
- have been bereaved for 3 months or more
To register yourself or a patient/client, please complete the form below.
If you are experiencing crisis, or are worried about yourself or someone else, please contact Lifeline by phoning
13 11 14 or by texting 0477 13 11 14
Kids Helpline is available 24/7 to support young people aged between five and 25, call 1800 551 800
Frequently asked questions
Residents aged over 18 years of age who live in Australia are able to register to participate in the online support groups.
If you require assistance, or have further questions about eligibility, you are welcome to contact us at [email protected]
A member of the Griefline intake team will receive the registration from the website and make a phone call to explain the support group process and discuss with you the program benefits.
If it is determined that the you may benefit from participating in the program, you will be appointed to the next available group. Alternatively, you may be referred to other free Griefline support services and resources or a more suitable third-party partner.
It is preferred you are able to attend all six of the group sessions, as each session builds on what has been discussed and shared in previous groups.
Yes. Participants will receive an email with links on how to access and download zoom, and access the online support group. If you have any questions after reading the email, please contact our Intake team at [email protected]