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Helping Children Overcome Bereavement and Change: Whole-School and Targeted Approaches: The Professional Guide

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Spiral bound Edition 2017

Synopsis

This remarkably rich and comprehensive toolkit will be invaluable to all social workers, therapists and educators working with bereaved children. Written by an experienced, practising play therapist to fully address the needs both of the child and the care-giver, the book offers: thorough explanations of the grieving process and the different manifestations it can take; ten illustrated therapeutic stories to help you explore different types of loss with children; practical one-to-one therapy sessions and group lesson plans to help you build resilience and optimism in children in a variety of settings. Simple assessment framework to help you provide evidence of impact Uniquely, this book also includes a section on professional resilience to help adults work through unresolved grief of their own and to help prevent compassion fatigue.

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Book details

Author
Amanda Seyderhelm (1)
Publisher
Speechmark (25)
Language
English
Year
2017
Format
Spiral bound
Pages
200
Size
210 x 297 mm.
ISBN
9781911186281
Categories
death and grieving, people and society

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