April Scripture Writing Plan: Grief
Happy almost April! The new topical plan for this month is over the topic of Grief. I have so many precious friends dealing with grief of one type or another right now and I thought a plan on grief would be something to comfort them during difficult times. I made the plan 31 days and plan to do that with all topical plans in the future so that they can be done any month- not just the month I write them for. You can find a copy of the plan in English and Spanish and a plain copy of each in…
Requirements Not Met
Memory Bracelets for grieving - but you can also use the same idea as a Coping/soothing bracelet when times get though e.g. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, ED, SI, etc:
Book Lists: Talking to Children About Death of a Sibling
This book list is for any caregiver trying to find books to help a child who has lost a sibling. Make talking to children about death easier with this list.
WholeHearted School Counseling
UNO inspired Coping with Grief game. Helping young people cope with the death and loss of a loved one. Helpful for family therapy and grief support groups.
Memory Eggs: An Easter Craft for Grieving Children
Pin It I’m excited today to team up with Marnie at Carrots Are Orange (a wonderful blog focusing on developing the whole child) to share with you a special Easter craft designed for children …
The Evolving Emotions of Grief: an art journal activity for grievers
As you know if you spend any time hanging out around here, we are huge proponents of journaling as a means of identifying and exploring grief emotions. But let’s face it, sometimes you don’t feel like writing. Sometimes you have a child who doesn’t want to talk or […]
When Kids and Teens Grieve: Remembering a Parent
When Kids and Teens Grieve: Remembering a Deceased Parent I’ve been called upon to assist grieving children and teens for more...
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Dedicated to the teachers, therapists, school counselors, parents; to all those in the trenches working with kids and don't have a clue what to do! Lost!? No worries, you are not alone! This is a site for the unique, for the creative, for the patient, and most of all for the confused. Two CBRS workers (formally PSR) who have been through those same trenches want to help!
Grief Word Game
The Grief Word Game is a non-threatening way to allow clients the opportunity to express their grief. The game may be used during an individual session or as a group activity. I’ve found th…
This is a must-read review of ten favorite grief counseling resources for children. Grief counseling books help children understand their emotions and grief response following a death or loss of a loved one. Perfect for grief counseling intervention in schools or in community counseling centers.