The dictionary defines redundancy as the state of being no longer needed or useful, and whether that description applies to machinery or human beings, the implications can be devastating. Redundancy can happen at any time, to anyone, in any position and whilst we understand this on a cognitive level, the feelings it generates can be confusing and upsetting. Anger, hurt, frustration and feelings of depression can come and go.
Redundancy does not have to be limiting. It can be a positive, life-changing event at any time of life.
The Eaves has specialist solution-focused counsellors and coaches to help you work through the set-backs and find a new way forward.