The Helping Children with Loss programme is a 4 week course for adults to learn how to help the children in your care cope with loss and bereavement. The programme is led by myself in an online setting.
I can discuss options for doing the programme on a 1-2-1 basis or face to face in a socially distanced set up locally in Kent, UK
The programme covers the myths of grief, techniques for speaking with children and teenagers about sad feelings, and action steps for dealing with personal losses.
Schools can inquire about a Helping Children with Loss course on site or online for a group of staff; parents can book a course for themselves and connect with others who are looking to improve the way they support their children with loss.
More about the programme below…
Help the children in your care cope with loss and bereavement On average, most children will encounter 15 significant losses before they reach adulthood. The most common losses for children and teenagers include: Loss of a grandparent, Loss of a pet, Moving, Divorce, Changing schools, Bullying, Having a close friend move away, Being rejected from … Continued