Jo Vinall

Jo Vinall

Registered Member MBACP

Contact information

Phone number
07988 525038

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Therapist - High Wycombe

High Wycombe HP10
07988 525038
Sessions from £60.00


  • Flexible hours available


I currently have availability between 10am and 5pm on Tuesday and Wednesday (Please ask if this is not convenient for you, as we maybe able to arrange a time that is).

Once we establish a convenient time, that will become our regular time working together.

Sessions are 50-minutes long and normally take place on a weekly basis at an agreed day and time. Sessions can be held via Zoom or the telephone, depending on the client’s preference. 

About me and my therapy practice

Hi, my name is Jo.

I am a qualified Person-Centred counsellor and I specialise in bereavement and pre-bereavement grief.

I offer a relaxed, non-judgemental, confidential space, where you can feel comfortable to express how you truly feel; talking openly about what you are experiencing.

Grieving is extremely painful, overwhelming, and unpredictable. Unfortunately I cannot fix this pain, as I cannot bring a loved one back. However, I can be your guide as you work through the mourning process, learning to accommodate your loss as you adjust to a new normal. I can help you grow your life around your grief, with the ability to remember your loved one with more love than pain.

My work as bereavement counsellor at a hospice has given me valuable experience in supporting people whose loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Feelings and thoughts experienced at this time can be just as intense and difficult as those after death. You may feel a sense of relief being able to offload and to talk things through, feeling less weighed down and distressed. This may make the situation easier to deal with, and enables you to put your energy into spending meaningful time with your loved one.

I am an accredited professional member with the Foundation for Infant loss and have undertaken their training to support parents who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal loss or sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Practice description

Although there is no right or wrong way to grieve, my training on bereavement has helped me to identify various theories and frameworks that work well to support you through the mourning process.

For more information about how I can support you if a loved one has been given a terminal diagnosis, or to work through the mourning process in a healthy way, please take a look at my website at

My first session

In the first session, it’s important for me to understand how you  like me to support you.

The first session normally starts with you telling me about how your loved one died, or when they received their terminal diagnosis. However, I will always be guided you and your comfort levels.

What I can help with

Bereavement, Cancer, Health related issues, Loss

Types of therapy

CBT, Person centred

Clients I work with


How I deliver therapy

Online therapy, Telephone therapy