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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 at School

Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling at School

Grief Counselors Can Help Children at School Grieve Tragic Accidents In previous blogs we discussed how children react to the loss of a classmate.  The article below talks about these ideas in action when an unfortunate summer accident led to the loss of a classmate for the entire school.  Grief Counselors who specialize in child grief were called upon the scene. Sarah Baraba of Suburban Journals describes the story in her article, “Grief Counselors Help Students Cope with Loss in Classroom”. Rogers Middle School students returning for the new school year were met with familiar faces of teachers and peers,

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Books on Child Grief – “Daddy’s Gone” Explores the Mind of Child

Books on Child Grief – “Daddy’s Gone” Explores the Mind of Child

A Book for the Grieving Child Millie Richmond’s short illustrated story about a boy who loses his father shows the emotions and thoughts of a little boy who is experiencing grief.  The book illustrates what the child thinks in response to well intentioned but uninformed adults who hope to guide the child through grief.  From the pastor to the boy’s aunt, one finds a variety of common things usually said to children in grief that are detrimental to the child’s grief recovery. In this way, “Daddy’s Gone” not only can be therapeutical for a child but also informative for an adult