Students Talk About Loss

We're so excited to start Students Talk About Loss - groups specifically for students meeting regularly within university campuses. University can be such a challenging place when you are grieving, you might be living away from home or family and not able to visit important places. We hope our Students Talk About Loss meet ups can be places of support, community and finding joy among the grief.

London School of Economics Students Talk About Loss
meet up group

We’re so excited to start our first ever Students Talk About Loss meet up group at the London School of Economics. The plan is to meet every three weeks on a Wednesday afternoon – location TBC.

The group will be facilitated by Arden and it’s a safe space to talk about loss, how you are finding grief at university and support each other.

To contact Arden and the team of volunteers running this group, email lse@letstalkaboutloss.org – they can’t wait to hear from you. 

Hi! My name’s Arden Farrow. I’m 22, a university student and lost my dad to suicide as a teenager. I found Let’s Talk About Loss from a news article and I found the most supportive group of people you could imagine! Coming to university, I found there was little support for students specifically related to bereavement. Even though I had met other bereaved students, there was no place for everyone to find each other and feel less isolated. Through Students Talk About Loss, hopefully conversations about grief can come to campus and create a community!

Got questions or want to speak to us?

Would you like to start a group at your uni?

If you would like to start a Students Talk About Loss group at your university, we’d love to hear from you. Email hello@letstalkaboutloss.org and we can chat.