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The Art of Healing Childhood Grief: A School-Based Expressive Arts Program Promoting Social and Emotional Literacy

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Texte du rabat "The Art of Healing Childhood Grief" is a ground breaking, timely tool developed to bring a spirit of playfulness a... Lire la suite
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"The Art of Healing Childhood Grief" is a ground breaking, timely tool developed to bring a spirit of playfulness and hope into the world of a grieving child. "The Art of Healing Childhood Grief" contains everything a bereavement facilitator, school counsellor or mental health professional needs to successfully design a safe, child friendly program to fit any loss situation so children can grieve...and heal. Drawing on a rich heritage of psychological, educational, primary prevention and creative traditions, Black and Simpson have designed and implemented an innovative, school-based support program to usher in a new approach to childhood grief. Now in its fourth edition, this labour of love is filled with hundreds of expressive arts activities, and a sequential curriculum organized in an easy to access format for professionals and lay facilitators to reference when working with an individual child, a small group of children or an entire school. Included in this manual, is a chapter on responding to the needs of children in the aftermath of death crises such as suicide, homicide, terrorist attacks and war.

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Titre: The Art of Healing Childhood Grief: A School-Based Expressive Arts Program Promoting Social and Emotional Literacy
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Code EAN: 9781418422196
ISBN: 978-1-4184-2219-6
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Authorhouse
Genre: Psychologie et ésotérique
nombre de pages: 388
Poids: 871g
Taille: H279mm x B210mm x T20mm
Année: 2004

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