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  1. Overcoming Loss

    Overcoming Loss

    Activities and Stories to Help Transform Children's Grief and Loss

    Julia Sorensen

    This book is a photocopiable resource that addresses childrens' feeling of loss, arising from many causes. Designed to encourage social and emotional learning, these exercises use play, art and story-telling to access the ways in which children naturally express their feelings, offering ways to direct the child towards understanding their emotions. Learn More
    2008, Paperback / softback, 10.94in x 8.54in / 278mm x 217mm, 144pp, CA$35.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-646-3
    2008, Ebook, PDF, 144pp, CA$35.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-813-5
  2. Young People, Bereavement and Loss

    Young People, Bereavement and Loss

    Disruptive Transitions?

    Jane Ribbens McCarthy with Julie Jessop

    This book reviews what we know about young people and bereavement. It asserts that experiencing bereavement is in fact a part of growing up and outlines how to respond appropriately when supporting young people. Learn More
    2005, Paperback / softback, 9.65in x 6.69in / 245mm x 170mm, 96pp, CA$23.95
    ISBN: 9781904787457
    2005, Ebook, PDF, 96pp, CA$23.95
    ISBN: 9781907969829
  3. A Bolt from the Blue

    A Bolt from the Blue

    Coping with Disasters and Acute Traumas

    Salli Saari

    In A Bolt from the Blue, Salli Saari examines in detail the psychological effect traumatic events can have on an individual, taking the reader step-by-step through each stage of the process of understanding and recovery. This book shows how crisis care can be an integral part of health care services, covering all traumatic incidents. Learn More
    2005, Paperback / softback, 9.13in x 6.22in / 232mm x 158mm, 256pp, CA$53.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-313-4
    2005, Ebook, ePUB, 256pp, CA$53.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-091-7
  4. The Inspiration of Hope in Bereavement Counselling

    The Inspiration of Hope in Bereavement Counselling

    John R. Cutcliffe

    A person's sense of hope is essential to bereavement counselling and nursing. This book brings together research and thinking on hope to give guidance to professionals working with the bereaved. Taking in a variety of sources, this book gives a comprehensive view of the developments and possibilities in hope-inspiring bereavement counselling. Learn More
    2004, Paperback / softback, 9.13in x 6.30in / 232mm x 160mm, 144pp, CA$33.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-082-9
    2004, Ebook, PDF, 144pp, CA$33.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-008-5
  5. Childhood Bereavement

    Childhood Bereavement

    Developing the curriculum and pastoral support

    Nina Job and Gill Frances

    Using case studies and drawing on best practice, this resource which aims to help teachers and those working in schools to address death and bereavement Learn More
    2004, Paperback / softback, 9.65in x 6.73in / 245mm x 171mm, 72pp, CA$21.95
    ISBN: 9781904787143
    2004, Ebook, PDF, 72pp, CA$21.95
    ISBN: 9781907969287
  6. A Teacher's Handbook of Death

    A Teacher's Handbook of Death

    Maggie Jackson and Jim Colwell

    Teachers are increasingly called upon to discuss and explain death and dying to children in the classroom. This book provides them with methods to facilitate open discussions of death and to find suitable ways of talking with children about what happens when someone they know dies. Learn More
    2001, 144pp
  7. Children, Bereavement and Trauma

    Children, Bereavement and Trauma

    Nurturing Resilience

    Paul Barnard, Ian Morland and Julie Nagy

    The recognition of children's natural resilience as fundamental to their ability to cope with trauma is central to this book. Deriving from the authors' experience of working with bereaved children, the book promotes the idea of healthy coping, and explores ways in which children and their families can be enabled to do this. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 9.17in x 6.10in / 233mm x 155mm, 160pp, CA$33.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-785-7
    1999, Ebook, PDF, 160pp, CA$33.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-170-9
  8. The Forgotten Mourners

    The Forgotten Mourners

    Guidelines for Working with Bereaved Children Second Edition

    Sister Margaret Pennells and Susan C Smith

    Children have long been the "forgotten mourners". This new and revised edition raises awareness of the sensitive issues involved for bereaved children, highlighting their needs and their emotional and behavioural responses when a bereavement occurs. Learn More
    1999, 112pp
  9. Helping Children to Manage Loss

    Helping Children to Manage Loss

    Positive Strategies for Renewal and Growth

    Brenda Mallon

    This book explores the territory of loss in childhood using the words of children who have found themselves bereft of hope. As well as covering the short and long term implications that arise when loss occurs, it provides positive approaches that enable children not only to cope but to grow through their experiences. Learn More
    1998, Paperback / softback, 9.13in x 6.10in / 232mm x 155mm, 184pp, CA$35.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-605-8
    1998, Ebook, PDF, 240pp, CA$35.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-092-7
  10. The Social Symbolism of Grief and Mourning

    The Social Symbolism of Grief and Mourning

    Roger Grainger

    In The Social Symbolism of Grief and Mourning Roger Grainger focuses on the role of funerals in promoting the personal and social adjustment of the bereaved. Tying together folklore with funeral practices, the author has created a work that examines the anthropological, psychological and superstitious aspects of our relationship to death and dying. Learn More
    1998, 160pp

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