The Grief Wave - By Trace Morone
For many of us, death and dying can be uncomfortable and difficult aspect of life to discuss – particularly with children. A child’s understanding of death is determined by their age, developmental stage, and experience, which is important information that helps us to respond in an appropriate and sensitive way to their needs and feelings.
The Grief Wave sensitively describes the experience of loss and grief – which can be the same as symbolic losses such as divorce (loss of the family unit), friendships or body function – and offers a range of well-researched techniques to help children develop valuable coping skills and helps to prepare them to navigate their way through future grief events.
Format 240mmx225mm paperback