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Extra care required when dying parents have young kids

Extra care required when dying parents have young kids

End-of-life care for parents of young children may need to include additional support services that help the entire family cope with terminal illness, a recent study suggests. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.reuters.com Good article about remembered the extra care children require of dying parents.  This is a tough situation for any child to lose a parent but to especially see the gradual loss of life.  Guidance and help and counseling are all necessary to help the child grieve, cope and adapt to this loss. If you would like to learn more about child grief counseling then please review the program

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Spot’s Corner: Pets help children grieve, cope

Spot’s Corner: Pets help children grieve, cope

Pets can offer support to all ages, with a wagging tail, a wet lick to the face or purring curled up in one’s lap. We may not even witness the support they give to family members just by their being near when no one else is. Sourced through Scoop.it from: savannahnow.com Pets provide an enormous emotional life for the grieving.  This is also the case with children.  This article looks at the impact pets can have on children and how they can relate to them with grieving and find solace. If you would like to learn more about child grief

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Tips for Children and Teens with Grieving Friends and Classmates

Tips for Children and Teens with Grieving Friends and Classmates

by School Psychologist Amy Van Strien, M. Ed. Dear Loveland Magazine Readers, As our community copes with the loss of Sonny Kim we want to ensure that parents and adults have information about how … Sourced through Scoop.it from: lovelandmagazine.com With so many social losses and social tragedies out there, grief among friends and classmates is common. This article looks at tips and aides for friends and classmates who experience grief at a personal level or social level If you would like to learn more about child grief counseling, then please review the program #childgriefcounseling

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How to help children cope with tornadoes – child grief counseling

How to help children cope with tornadoes – child grief counseling

The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum has years of experience helping children cope with tragedy and disaster after the bombing April 19, 1995. They have put together a few resources to he… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: An article with links describing how parents can help children understand tornadoes and how to deal with the loss they cause. Good set of links to investigate.  Child grief counseling is an important step is recovery for a child.   You can replace homes easier than you can mend emotions.   Learning about child grief will help you help them understand what happened

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Reasons To Consider Child Grief Counseling For Your Child

p>Grieving the loss of a loved one is something that most people find quite difficult to do in their lives. Although it’s understandable that you feel such pain, it is also important that you take the time to check how your child is doing and how he or she is feeling after a loss. Although you may think that your child can cope better than you will ever will, you should also remember that children do not have the proper coping mechanisms in place to deal with such instances. As a grown-up, it is your responsibility to ensure that your

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Child Grief and ADHD Counseling with Depressed Children

Child Grief and ADHD Counseling with Depressed Children

Depression in children and ADHD Counseling   Childhood and adolescent depression has increased dramatically in the past several decades.  Some blame the sensitivity of children combined with the increased violence and use of video games.  Others look to the increased use of drugs and alcohol in the parents that may have genetically affected their children.  Others point to a mixture of problems, such as manifestations of ADHD and point out that ADHD counseling or other psychological counseling is needed to deal with the depression.   Symptoms of depression in children are very similar to those of an adult suffering from