Help for Children dealing with grief and loss
Whether you are a parent, a teacher or otherwise involved with children you will know that sinking feeling when questions are asked about sad and painful feelings. Often we are left struggling for the right words, not least because we ourselves don't know what to do either.
Child bereavement hit the headlines recently when HRH Prince William quoted and echoed his Mother, Princess Diana when he described "grief is the most painful experience"
Whether the child in your care has been bereaved, is about to face bereavement or they have experienced other significant emotional losses following divorce, house moves, changing school, being adopted, fostered, bullied or a myriad of other losses having the correct information at your fingertips can make a signicant difference to their progress and well being.
Attend a "Helping Children Deal with Loss" Programme near you
This programme, for adults, will teach you how to communicate with the children in your care about losses they have experienced and those they yet might face. Led by a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist this programme uses the "When Children Grieve" as the text book as you work through the process step by step over 6 weekly sessions. To find your nearest Grief Recovery Specialist click here.
"the best intervention I've seen in 20 years"
‘Will be a future tool to support my new found knowledge’
"an empowering experience"
‘Personal experiences were used effectively to embed learning’