Alex James

Alex James MBACP is a professional bereavement counselor/consultant, agony aunt and author who has worked with bereaved individuals and families for many years. Specializing in sudden traumatic bereavement, Alex has worked for agencies as a trauma support worker, trainer and voluntarily for a charitable trust supporting those impacted by road death. Alex, who lives and works in the UK, is currently based at a hospice, developing specific services for children, supporting children and their families pre- and post-bereavement. Alongside this much needed work she continues to manage a bereavement website where she offers confidential e-mail support 365 days a year and also publishes an online bereavement magazine. Alex has appeared on national and local radio and is the author of Living with Bereavement. Listen to Alex on Open to Hope Radio

Articles:

Mother Leaves Memory Box to Grateful Daughters, 25 Jul 2010

Self-Torture Legacy for Many Grieving Suicide, 22 Mar 2010

Healthy Grief Expression Can Happen in Many Forms, 25 Feb 2010

Don’t Stop Others From Crying, 26 Nov 2009

After a Loss, Answering the Question: Who Am I Now?, 19 Nov 2009

Death of Child Affects Relationships Throughout Family, 12 Nov 2009

Is There Life After Death?, 07 Oct 2009