What does a child think and feel when a loved one dies? What does death mean to a child? Are chileren capable of grieving?
Children normally express their grief through their behaviours, emotions thoughts and physical reactions. They may cry, feel angry, think that the cause of death was due to a naughty deed and , perhaps, regress to earlier behaviours.
It is a misconception that children heal quickly from a loss. But what can we do to heal the loss and help the child move on? What should we not say or do? When does a child's grief become serious? Do children ever become depressed?
Living with Grief gives all the informaion that parents, caregivers, teachers and anyone who deals with children and adolescents should know.
Living with Grief is part of a series of handbooks on mental health in children written by mental health professionals from the Child Guidance Clinic. Other titiles in the series are:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( ADHD )
- Discipline issues
- Divorce and broken homes
- Intelligence issues
- Learning difficulties
- Self-harm behaviours
- Sexuality issues
- Part 1 What is grief?
- Part 2 The different stages of grief
- Part 3 The different types of loss that children face
- Part 4 Factors affecting a child's adjustment to dath
- Part 5 Common feelings, behaviours and thoughts in grieving child
- Part 6 Preparing the child for a death
- Part 7 Managing grief
- Part 8 Treating grief
|ISBN||: 9812325867 (ปกอ่อน) 64 หน้า|
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|น้ำหนัก||: 115 กรัม|
|สำนักพิมพ์||: Times Edition|