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The Association of Pet Bereavement Counsellors (APBC) is committed to promoting its members' professionalism and ethical conduct to ensure the highest quality of care for its clients. Our Association promotes collaboration and cooperation among pet bereavement counsellors and other allied professionals. It encourages networking, continued professional development, peer support, and a commitment to working together with mutual respect to raise awareness and advance the field of pet bereavement counselling and improve support for clients.
Our Association is dedicated to providing the highest level of compassionate support and guidance to individuals coping with the loss of a beloved pet. We understand the unique bond shared between humans and their animal companions and strive to offer solace during the difficult journey of pet bereavement. Our network of trained and empathetic pet bereavement counsellors offers a range of services to help you navigate the grieving process. We provide one-on-one counselling sessions, support groups, educational resources, and workshops designed to address the emotional challenges that arise after the loss of a pet. Our goal is to assist you in finding healing and hope during this profoundly personal experience.
As an association, we are committed to promoting excellence in the field of pet bereavement counselling. Our members actively engage in continuous professional development, staying updated on the latest research, theories, and best practices. Through conferences, workshops, and online resources, we foster a learning culture and encourage the exchange of knowledge and expertise among our peers.
Importance of Pet Bereavement Support: Losing a pet can be an overwhelming and isolating experience. Our Association believes in the significance of acknowledging and honouring the grief associated with pet loss. We recognise that pets hold a special place in our lives, providing unconditional love, companionship, and emotional support. By offering dedicated pet bereavement support, we aim to validate your emotions and provide a safe space to express your feelings without judgement.
The Association of Pet Bereavement Counsellors will officially launch in March 2024