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Living With Grief
Children, Adolescents and Loss

Edited By

Kenneth J. Doka

ISBN 9781893349018
Published May 23, 2000 by Routledge
352 Pages

USD $22.95

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Book Description

Living With Grief: Children, Adolescents, and Loss, (2000) edited by Kenneth J. Doka, features articles by leading educators and clinicians in the field of grief and bereavement. The chapters entitled "Voices" are the writings of children and adolescents. The book includes a comprehensive resource list of national organizations and a useful bibliography of age-appropriate literature for children and adolescents.

Table of Contents

Part I: Theoretical Overview. R. Kastenbaum, The Kingdom Where Nobody Dies. C.A. Corr, What Do We Know About Gieving Children and Adolescents? Practical Suggestions: Eight Myths About Children, Adolescents, and Loss. D.E. Balk, Adolescents, Grief, and Loss. T.S. Janczuk, Voices: No One at School Knew. M. Suarez, S. McFeaters, Culture and Class: The Different Worlds of Children and Adolescents. Anonymous, Voices: Where's Your Father? Stan Johns, The Role of The School. Voices: Counterpoint-A Dialogue. Part II: Clinical Approaches with Children and Adolescent. E.A. Grollman, To Everything There is a Season: Empowering Familes and Natural Support Systems. D. Ward-Wimmer, C. Napol, Counseling Approaches with Children and Adolescents. B.H. Blake, Voices: How I Coped with Loss. V.L. Fry, Part of Me Died Too: Creative Strategies for Grieving Children and Adolescents. N.B. Webb, Play Therapy to Help Bereaved Children. K.J Doka, Using Ritural With Children and Adolescents. M. Smith, Voices: It's Impossible to Tell Someone How to Grieve. D.L. Schuurman, The Use of Groups with Grieving Children and Adolescents. R.S. Byrne, Magical Dreams, Visions of Reality: Guidelines for Developing a Grief Center for Children. Practical Suggestions: Talking to a Grieving Child: A Guide for Classroom Teachers. R.G. Stevenson, The Role of Death Education in Helping Students To Cope with Loss. Practical Suggestions: When A Student or Staff Member Dies: An Action Plan for Schools. Part III: Special Losses. P.R. Silverman, When Parents Die. K. Whitehead, Voices: I Never Knew My Dad. B. Davies, Siblinb Bereavement: We Are Grieving Too. B. Carroll, Major J. Matthewson, The Military Model for Children and Grief. E. Kateski, Voices: A Military Death. T.L. Martin, In the Aftermath: Children and Adolescents as Survivor-Victims of Suicide. P.L. Sheras, Grief and Traumatic Loss: What Schools Need to Know and Do. J.D. Gordon, K.J. Doka, Resonating Trauma: A Theoretical Note. .A. Corr, Using Books To Help Children and Adolescents Cope With Death: Guidelines and Bibliography. Resource Organizations.

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