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Child Grief Counseling Training Article on Children and Funeral

Child Grief Counseling Training Article on Children and Funeral

Big questions surround exposing a child to grief or allowing them to participate in a funeral. Old school values say  no, but new bereavement science states that is the worst thing to do for a child.  Children need to express themselves and over protective shielding is not healthy long term for a child. If you would like to learn more about Child Grief Counseling Training. The article, Is it OK to take a young child to a funeral?,  by Rachel Halliwell  “Seeing the distress on her 10-year-old daughter Charlotte’s face as her mother-in-law’s coffin was carried into church, Katherine Nicholson instantly regretted

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Training Program Article on the Role of the Father and Grief

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Training Program Article on the Role of the Father and Grief

Great article on how dads can help their children deal with trauma and overcome grief. Fathers play a pivotal role in the emotional development of their children that many consider only a maternal role. Please also review our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Training Program The article, Working Through Trauma: How Dads Can Be Great Guides, by Larry Alton states “It’s an old stereotype: women are over-expressive while men don’t talk about their emotions. But why is that? It comes down to socialization: from childhood, girls are taught that they should express their emotions (except anger), while boys are taught to suppress

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Helping Children Grieve

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Helping Children Grieve

Remember children need guidance during grief and bereavement.  Hearing your voice and seeing your concern are big in their recovery Please also review our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program The article, Grieving children need your “I’m sorry,” too, by Jennifer Bannan states “Last February, my 6-year-old son lost his father to cancer. His stepbrother, 12, and stepsister, 16, lost an amazingly present and enthusiastic stepdad. And though I know their losses are as great, if not greater than mine, it took me until the evening of the memorial service one month after Brian’s death, around a bonfire with Brian’s high school

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Article on Dealing with One’s Childhood Grief

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Article on Dealing with One’s Childhood Grief

Good article on issues adults can face from their childhood trauma. If you would like to learn more about Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling then please review the program The article, Coping with childhood grief: Your experience, states “Twenty years on from Princess Diana’s death, Princes William and Harry have opened up about the grief that is, in Harry’s words, “still raw”. Psychologist Karen Nimmo says their openness is hugely helpful in understanding how much, and for how long, children can struggle with the death of a parent. So we’re inviting you to open up, too, and share your own experiences

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Teaching Children About Death

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Teaching Children About Death

Good article about being honest with children about death.  Each age has a certain ability to understand death and the information given should correspond with the maturity of the child to comprehend.   The importance of discussing death with the child when it occurs is very important though and in some cases can provide critical life lessons to the child’s emotional and mental growth in experiencing death in his or her life. Please also review our child and adolescent grief counseling program The article, “Tell Your Children The Honest Truth About Death And Dying” by Shannon Burberry states “Death is

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Child Grieving

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Child Grieving

Good article that looks at the process of child grief and how parents and teachers, as well as certified grief counselors should understand it. Please also review our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program The article, The Childhood Tasks Of Grieving, states   “As a natural step in the journey of life, the death of a loved one is an experience all of us must face. Sadly, many children feel the pain of loss at a very early age. It is estimated that 20% of children will have a close loved one die before that child’s 18th birthday and 1

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Talking to Grieving Kids

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Talking to Grieving Kids

Knowing how to talk to your child about loss and grief is important.  This article looks at how to talk to your child about loss. If you would like to learn more about children and loss, then please review our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program The article, “How to talk to your child about loss, grief” states “Death can be a difficult subject for parents and caretakers to discuss with children. Children feel and show their grief in different ways. How children cope with death can depend on things like their age and developmental level, their relationship to the

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Child Grieving Counseling Training Article on Children the Forgotten Grievers

Child Grieving Counseling Training Article on Children the Forgotten Grievers

Good article about how so many times we forget children during family periods of loss.  Children need to be addressed in any major loss of a family.  Their needs and voices need to be heard and reacted to If you would like to learn more about Child Grieving counseling training, then please review our program The article, “Children – the forgotten mourners” covers many things we need to realize about loss and children.  It states “Children often do not know how to make their needs known or to articulate loss, according to Galway woman Mariel Forde Clarke, an holistic and

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Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Quotes on Grief

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program Article on Quotes on Grief

Helping a person overcome the loss of a child can be difficult This article gives 20 inspirational quotes in helping parents over a loss of a child.  Please review our Grief Counseling Program and also please also review our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program The article, “20 Quotes To Help You Heal After The Loss Of A Child”by Helen Luc states For a parent, losing a child can be the most devastating experience. The grief that comes from a loss this big might seem unbearable. It might also feel nearly impossible to talk to others about what you’re going

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Adolescent and Child Grief Counseling Program Article on Helping Kids Cope

Adolescent and Child Grief Counseling Program Article on Helping Kids Cope

Helping children cope with grief and death is important.  Too many times children are forgotten members of loss dynamics.  With outdated ideas on child grief, it is important to understand how to help your child cope. Please also review our adolescent and child grief counseling program. The article, Research on death and grief: 9 steps to help your child cope, by The Mirror lists a variety of ways to help children cope To read the article, please click here If you would like to learn more about AIHCP’s adolescent and child grief counseling program then please review it and see