Carrie Ball Pet Bereavement Counselling is there to help with anyone who has suffered through the loss of a pet. If you need somebody to talk to, they’re there.
"Carrie is there to help if you’ve suffered the loss of a pet”
Carrie Ball is a fantastic bet bereavement counsellor. Carrie has over 16 years’ experience working in a veterinary practice as a veterinary care assistant. She has a diploma in Companion Animal Bereavement Counselling.
Losing your pet is losing one of the family members, and can be a devastating and difficult time, and for a lot of people, when they lose a pet, they are sent away with the minimum of support, and Carrie’s dream is to change that.
Carrie has been present at many euthanasia’s and has also seen many pets pass away, she understands how difficult it can be.
There is always someone on the other end to listen and someone who truly understands. You can be guaranteed a sympathetic ear, to help make the bereavement process a little easier.
Carrie offers support via the telephone, email and face to face.
Phone Consultations – Phone Consultation is an hour long session and cost £20 per session and includes a grief pack and printed advice sheet
Email Consultations – The length of the email consultation depends on the content of the session and costs £15 per session. After the email consultation, you will also receive a printed copy of the advice and support given and a grief pack.
Face to Face Consultations - £45 per hour and includes hot or cold drinks, a grief pack and advice sheet.
Zoom Consultation - £25 per hour
Carrie accepts both payments by cash and via PayPal.
I would definitely recommend Carrie. In my darkest time of need she was there. Having someone to talk to who actually understood what I was going through massively helped. She helped to pull me out of...
Carrie is lovely and just the person any pet owner needs during one of the hardest points in your life. I have no hesitation in passing her details on to bereaved pet friends and for when that dreaded...
I would definitely recommend Carrie and her service to anyone that was struggling with losing their pet. The pack she sent me really helped and gave us a lovely keepsake to remember our family pet. Such...
I lost my little Ethel in December 2016 and the first person i turned to was Carrie. I am a student veterinary nurse so deal with pet bereavement on a daily basis, however i found this made it harder for...
Carrie offered myself and my 2 young boys some invaluable support and advice when our precious 9month old kitten Pepsi died on 2.12.16. Pepsi was ran over and left for dead in the middle of the road, then...