Helping Children Deal with Loss
Educational Program designed for adults
Parents and those who work with children know how profoundly difficult it is to see a child hurt. But the pain our children experience isn’t always physical and can’t be resolved with antiseptics and gauze or a quick trip to the emergency room to set a broken bone.
Life events pose many confusing and difficult circumstances for which children are ill-equipped to navigate. Losses such as being bullied, the death of a pet, a friend from cancer, an overdose, suicide, or a car accident shakes their world.
Those who stand with them are impacted, too. Adults want to do something to help. They want to know what to say that might make a difference.
Online or In Person
Large Group, Individuals, or Couples
4-week Educational Program
Designed for Parents
Masks & Social Distancing Respected (as needed)
At a loss when trying to help children deal with grief?
The vast majority of parents, teachers, and those who work with children find themselves at a loss when trying to help children deal with any grieving experience that impacts them.
Often adults fear saying the wrong thing. They don’t know what’s going through the child’s mind and are unsure how they should respond to the child’s emotions or questions. They want to provide a safe place for the child to share what he/she is going through but don’t know how to do it themselves or exactly who to turn to for help.
Help children effectively deal with their broken heart.
This 4-Week educational program is designed to teach parents and others who work with children, the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing. This action-oriented program provides concrete suggestions of things to say and do to acknowledge the loss and help the grieving child in a healthy way.