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We are delighted to have completed a our 4 month training programme for 10 new trainees! This training teaches our volunteers how to provide our structured support programme for Pregnancy or Baby Loss, and enables them to be able to take someone through this journey. Even with Covid restrictions we were able to provide this training through a combination of Zoom and in-person sessions. We are so grateful to our experienced trainers who were able to provide this training for us, so that more people are now equipped to be able to support and help those who come to Reflect. Thank you to all involved who gave so freely of their time!     

We are very excited to let you know that we have been selected as a cause for the Co-op local community fund!!

Please support us by selecting Reflect as your cause, and whenever you shop at the Co-op, Reflect will receive 2% of whatever you spend. Funds will be used to train more volunteers to provide support to those facing Pregnancy Loss or Choice.

If you click on this link Co-op link you will be taken directly to our Cause page where you can Add Reflect as your chosen charity.  

From the moment your baby dies, your world changes forever. And there are no simple answers to grief; it is a journey to a new way of living, and how you look after yourself is different for everyone. Grief is a personal and unique emotion and so are the ways that people find to feel better. ​

You might want to talk or write about your experience. For some people, sharing your story can help make sense of your loss and celebrate your baby or babies. Or perhaps you simply want to hear about other people's experiences and know you are not alone. ​

There are lots of ways you might find comfort after the loss of a baby. Whether it be through music, writing, a hobby, objects, or being in a place where you feel closest to them. You may also find that being active or getting outdoors can make a big difference to both your physical and mental wellbeing.​

This Baby Loss Awareness Week, we'd like you to join our conversations about what wellbeing means for you. Whether you're a mum, dad, partner, relative or friend, newly or longer-ago bereaved. We'd love for you to be a part of this important community.​

Follow us on Instagram or Facebook to take part in this conversation.


Are you a good listener? Is God calling you to help those in need? Would you like to be equipped to walk alongside people in their grief?

We will be training volunteers to meet the increased demand for our support.

We will train you to provide our structured support programme for those struggling after a pregnancy or baby loss, from any cause. Our support programme is a series of 10 sessions exploring the emotional, physical and spiritual effects of pregnancy loss, and has been life-changing for those who have completed it.

"We can safely say that the day we found Reflect was the day that changed our lives forever...Over the next 8 months they guided us on an incredible journey which helped us deal with all our emotions, and has had an everlasting impact on our lives."

On completing the training volunteers will have increased self-awareness, confidence in reflective practice and the skills & knowledge needed to see clients.

Training will be 12 Sessions (9 on Zoom, 3 in-person) starting 4th October.

The course will cover:
Counselling theory & skills, course material, self-reflection, ethics & values from a Christian perspective & more

Cost is £80* (*If cost would prohibit you from training, please contact us to discuss a training grant)


4th October - 15th January

9 sessions on Mondays 7:15pm

3 Saturday in-person sessions on 16th Oct, 27 Nov, 15 Jan at The Gateway centre, Acomb, York


For more information and to receive an application form, please email:  


A warm welcome to our new staff member, Hannah Racher. We are delighted she has joined the team as our new office manager. She is replacing Jo who recently retired.

Learn more about Hannah in her own words...  "Hi, my name’s Hannah. I initially came to York as a student studying for a history degree as a 19 year old. I moved away to Manchester to study Speech and Language Therapy and on completion was very happy to be offered a job back in York! I’ve lived here with my husband Steve ever since. We have 2 children; Peter is 8 and Lucy is 4. It’s great to be working at Reflect and lovely to be based at the church we attend and to see people that we know well, when I’m in the office."

Welcome Hannah!

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