A needed book for caregivers who are helping grieving child survivors of suicide. An easy story to read with children along. Includes intervention strategies and up-to date resources in suicide awareness.
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Griefwork Center, Inc.
This importnat books is designed to assist parents, cargivers and mental health professionals in dealing with children grieving the loss of a loved one to suicide.
Each of the chapters address the issues facing child surivors . . . guilt, shame, social stigma, linking objects,and their unique grief process.
A detailed list of suicide awareness and postvention resources is provided in Part 2.
"This is an extraordinary resource to help children deal with the difficult often hidden and stigmatizing after effects of suicide. One that is honest and respectful of the child's intelligence and resiliency. I strongly recommend it." Kenneth J. Doka, Senior Consultant Hospice Foundation of America
"A richly imaginative work that is solidly grounded and eminently readable. An invaluable resource in the study of suicidology." Rabbi Earl Grollman, author