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Therapeutic storytelling uses metaphor to help bring about healing in traumatic circumstances such as loss and bereavement. These free chapters, taken from Helping Children Cope with Loss and Change: A Guide for Professionals and Parentsby Amanda Seyderhelm, explain how therapeutic stories and activities offer children hope of being understood because the story touches the deeper truth of their situation.
Therapeutic storytelling uses metaphor to help bring about healing in traumatic circumstances such as loss and bereavement. These free chapters explain how therapeutic stories and activities offer children hope of being understood because the story touches the deeper truth of their situation. In this toolkit you will find a selection of therapeutic stories that are intended for use by professionals in primary schools, taking between 15 and 30 minutes each.
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