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by Earl A. Grollman

Bereaved Children and Teens: A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals download ebook
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0807023078
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978-0807023075
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Earl A. Grollman
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Beacon Press (August 31, 1996)
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Earl A. Grollman, a pioneer in the field of crisis intervention, was rabbi of the Beth El Temple Center in Belmont, Massachusetts, for 36. .If you're a parent of a grieving child or a professional helping children, this is a perfect book.

Earl A. Grollman, a pioneer in the field of crisis intervention, was rabbi of the Beth El Temple Center in Belmont, Massachusetts, for 36 years. A certified death educator and counselor, he was cited as "Hero of The Heartland" for his work with the families and volunteers of the Oklahoma City bombing. Dr. Grollman has spoken at many colleges, clergy institutes, seminaries, physicians' forums, and hospital nursing associations, and has frequently addressed support groups such as The Compassionate Friends and Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

Bereaved Children book. Bereaved Children and Teens: A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals. 0807023078 (ISBN13: 9780807023075). Earl A. Grollman, a pioneer in the field of crisis intervention, was rabbi of the Beth El Temple Center in Belmont, Massachusetts for thirty-six years. A past president of Massachusetts Board of Rabbis, he took early retirement from his congregation so that he could devote himself to writing and lecturing.

ed. of: Explaining death to children. by. Grollman, Earl A. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Group intervention for children bereaved by suicide of a relative. Trauma in children and adoles- cents: Risk and treatment of psychiatric sequelae. Biological Psychiatry, 51, 519–531.

Layne, C. Pynoos, R. Saltzman, W. Arslanagic, . Black, . Savjak, . et al. (2001). group psy- chotherapy: School-based post-war intervention with trauma- tized Bosnian adolescents. Group intervention for children bereaved by suicide of a relative. J American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychia- try, 41, 505–513.

A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals. Category: Personal Growth. Bringing together fourteen experts from across the United States and Canada, Bereaved Children and Teens is a comprehensive guide to helping children and adolescents cope with the emotional, religious, social, and physical consequences of a loved one’s death. The result is an indispensable reference for parents, teachers, counselors, health-care professionals, and clergy.

Bereaved Children and Teens: A support guide for parents and professionals. 35 Ways to Help a Grieving Child. Dougy Center for Grieving Children, 1999. Children’s Grief: A Guide for Parents. Helping Teens Work through Grief. By Mary Kelly Perschy. Accelerated Development, 2004. Healing a Teen’s Grieving Heart: 100 Practical Ideas for Families, Friends and Caregivers. Companion Press, 2001.

Offers advice to parents and professionals on helping children cope with the death of an acquaintance or loved one .

Offers advice to parents and professionals on helping children cope with the death of an acquaintance or loved one, discussing how to talk with children of all ages, how grief can affect young people, religious beliefs, and when to seek professional care.

Bereaved Children and Teens: A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals Earl A. Grollman .

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The loss of a parent during childhood is a traumatic experience that can bring about several difficulties in.Entering into adolescent understandings of death. In E. A. Grollman (E., Bereaved children and teens: a support guide for parents and professionals (pp. 21–35).

The loss of a parent during childhood is a traumatic experience that can bring about several difficulties in adaptation and psychopathological problems over time during the child’s development  . Cuzzolaro, . & Petrilli, A. (1988).

Bringing together fourteen experts from across the United States and Canada, Bereaved Children and Teens is a comprehensive guide to helping children and adolescents cope with the emotional, religious, social, and physical consequences of a loved one's death. The result is an indispensable reference for parents, teachers, counselors, health-care professionals, and clergy.Topics covered include what to say and what not to say when explaining death to very young children; how teenagers grieve differently from children and adults; how to translate Protestant, Catholic, or Jewish beliefs about death into language that children can understand; how ethnic and cultural differences can affect how children grieve; what teachers and parents can do to help bereaved young people at school; and activities, books, and films that help children and teens cope.
Reviews:
  • Kison
Book: I Highly recommend this book for understanding grieving children. It helped me cope with what I was feeling, and with what I thought our boys might be going through, when my father in law died.
The book is good for parents, teachers, scout leaders and youth workers.
It contains over a dozen essays from religious, and medical specialists who deal with death and grief and children. Many religious and social concerns and perspectives are introduced. It is good for youth leaders because not everyone comes from your particular background and it helps you to understand where they might be coming from. It is written for an average parent or teacher to read. You don't have to be a Pastor or a Psychologist to get enormous value from it. Warning, however, it made me cry. That was part of the process too.
If I can summarize the whole book in one short snippet-
Every child is different, Expect some to be completely quiet and expect others to burst out laughing. Watch for the change. Don't dismiss their feelings, it will take time to listen-- a LOT of time-- it can't be solved in a 15 minute talk, but should be addressed at the child's schedule.
Although the book is published by Beacon Press, which falls under the Unitarian Universalist Church, each of the chapter-essays are written from a different person of a different religious or social perspective. There is a chapter each on the Protestants, Catholics, Jewish, Native American, Inner City, etc. perspectives. Grollman was the editor of all the essays. Each essay is easy enough to read as a stand-alone guide.
  • Celen
So far every book I have seen by Earl Grollman is wonderful and this one is no exception. Having lost my mother to cancer when I was a teenager and now, as an adult, working with children who have experienced the death of a family member, this book is a great guide. It has everything from explaining death to children to spiritual and cultural differences of death. If you're a parent of a grieving child or a professional helping children, this is a perfect book.