Topic: Grief/Bereavement

Coping With Grief: Tips for Dealing with Death, Child Grief Counseling

in Health / Mental Health

Reliable sources for information on children coping with losses and child grief counseling. Practical and research-based articles provide help for toddlers through adolescents coping with grief and tips for dealing with death. Also include links to related sites, a guide for parents and professionals, news and research updates and more.

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National Association of School Psychologists provides information "committed to helping children and youth achieve their best at home, in school, and in life." Find an article titled "Grief" that discusses young children and adolescents coping with grief and tips for dealing with death and sadness. Selected resources for children, parents and educators are also listed toward the end of the article.

Provides articles and advice on infants, toddlers, young children, and adolescents coping with grief. Includes tips for dealing with death including attending and planning memorial services or funerals, child grief counseling, and where to seek help. Information is presented in a user-friendly format.

Dr. Winnie King meets with two families who are going through the grieving process. Two experts join the group to help explain what to expect from grieving children, teens, and adults, and how adults can help

The Jenna Druck Center supports two programs: Families Helping Families and Sprit of Leadership. Families Helping Families provides resources, articles, an online community, and events to support children and families who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

"Hello Grief provides information and resources about grief in order to break through the current culture of avoidance that surrounds death and loss. Instead, Hello Grief addresses bereavement head-on for those who are helping others cope, as well as those who need support on their own personal journey with grief." - Taken from Hello Grief's Website's Description

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network provides extensive research and resources in the area of childhood trauma. The website addresses the range of traumatic experiences that children may experience and offers support for children and their families.