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by Erika Leeuwenburgh LPC,Ellen Goldring LPC

eBook Why Did You Die?: Activities to Help Children Cope with Grief and Loss download ISBN: 1572246049
Author: Erika Leeuwenburgh LPC,Ellen Goldring LPC
Publisher: Instant Help; Workbook edition (April 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 136
ePub: 1466 kb
Fb2: 1875 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

by Erika Leeuwenburgh LPC (Author), Ellen Goldring LPC (Author). Excellent book in helping teachers, mentors, family members, or clergy help children who are AIDS orphans and who are war refugees learn to express their grief, anger, fears, shock, etc. in a safe manner.

by Erika Leeuwenburgh LPC (Author), Ellen Goldring LPC (Author). One person found this helpful.

Different activities help the child express difficult feelings, separate myths from facts, and understand the finality of death. The first section of Why Did You Die? is for adults. It describes a child's grief process and what can be expected as it progresses. This direct yet non-threatening, secular approach will help children learn, grow, and thrive. The latter section includes activities you can do with a grieving child. Using an art therapy approach, the activities guide the child through the issues he or she must eventually confront. Different activities help the child express difficult feelings, separate myths from facts, and understand the finality of death.

The sensitive activities in Why Did You Die? demystify death, show them how to effectively express their feelings of grief, and move on after their loss. This book is appropriate for kids between the ages of six and twelve.

Erica Leeuwenburgh, Ellen Goldring. Download PDF book format. Oakland, CA. Instant Help Books, (c)2008. Physical Description: xiv, 114 p. : ill. ;, 26 cm. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Why did you die : activities to help children cope with grief & loss Erica Leeuwenburgh, Ellen Goldring. Book's title: Why did you die : activities to help children cope with grief & loss Erica Leeuwenburgh, Ellen Goldring. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008002069. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9781572246041 (pbk. : alk. paper).

Why Did You Die? by Erica Leeuwenburgh 9781572246041 (Paperback, 2008) Delivery Australian shipping is usually within 13 to 17 working days. See all 5 brand new listings. Why Did You Die?: Activities to Help Children Cope with Grief and Loss by Ellen Goldring, Erica Leeuwenburgh (Paperback, 2008). Brand new: lowest price.

Why Did You Have to Die? Helping Children Understand and Cope with Grief. An appropriate resource for preschool aged children to process and cope with death

Why Did You Have to Die? Helping Children Understand and Cope with Grief. Some activities to help children understand the stages of grief. This also includes grief question cards that deal with the death of a pet, and a "dear grieving friend" sheet that gives children a chance to give their own advice about grief! An appropriate resource for preschool aged children to process and cope with death. Can be beneficial both in proximity to the tie of death and after once a new life routine has to be restructured to accommodate the loss when more questions may arise.

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Helping Children Cope With Grief is not an easy task, but this book will help. Books to help kids deal with loss and grief Books to Help Children Deal wit. 've recently found picture books and workbooks for kids who have lost a parent, grandparent, pet, or dealing with deployment. Kids who are dealing with grief and hard-to-answer questions need our support and books can help.

Activities to Help Children Cope with Grief and Loss. One study found that childhood grief is correlated with low grades, sleep problems, moodiness, behavior problems, and an inability to concentrate

Activities to Help Children Cope with Grief and Loss. One study found that childhood grief is correlated with low grades, sleep problems, moodiness, behavior problems, and an inability to concentrate.

Thousands of children each year experience the death of a loved one before they reach the age of 18, and some 10 to 15 percent of them experience mental health problems, such as depression, as a result. One study found that childhood grief is correlated with low grades, sleep problems, moodiness, behavior problems, and an inability to concentrate. When a loved one dies, children are faced with a kaleidoscope of feelings, thoughts, myths, and questions. This workbook offers tools that you can use to help a grieving child in your life deal with these feelings.

The first section of Why Did You Die? is for adults. It describes a child's grief process and what can be expected as it progresses. The latter section includes activities you can do with a grieving child. Using an art therapy approach, the activities guide the child through the issues he or she must eventually confront. Different activities help the child express difficult feelings, separate myths from facts, and understand the finality of death. This direct yet non-threatening, secular approach will help children learn, grow, and thrive.

Comments: (7)
Sharpbrew
Received many comments on the usefulness and importance of this book for a young person who has lost someone. I have heard that even some counselors are going to look into purchasing this book. That in itself speaks volumes about the author and contents of Why Did You Die.
Dainris
I got this book for a child after she lost her father. Although some children CAN talk about a loss very directly, it can be painful and dredging up memories and facing pain head on is certainly is not something that anyone looks forward to. The projects and activities in this book approach the child's feelings from a different angle.

One Example: "Put pictures of you as a baby here. Glue pictures of you at your current age over on that page." You work with the child through cutting and gluing and it explains to you what to say but the point is to notice how everything changes in life.

I highly recommend this book to any child who has lost someone.
snowball
I recommend this book for all therapist and anyone interested in learning more about children with PTSD and sever mood disorders. It is so difficult to find books about children with PTSD, but this book had helped me look at the children I work with in a different way and had opened my eyes to look more deeply into some of their behaviors.
Nalmergas
This book is awesome! I work with troubled teens who face many challenges. I purchased this book to help one of my clients deal with grief. I feel so compelled to this book because it's that interesting and simple. It explains grief at different stages in life.. Simple, fun, activities! You won't be disappointed!
Vutaur
I bought 4 books to give to a friend, this one was given. This one didn't outline appropriate ages for activities, but I wrote that in for her. It was well written, great ideas (some of the activities were redundant, but still good topics for discussion).
lacki
Excellent!
Hystana
Very good product to help children cope with loss.
Excellent book in helping teachers, mentors, family members, or clergy help children who are AIDS orphans and who are war refugees learn to express their grief, anger, fears, shock, etc. in a safe manner.