12 to 18 yr predominant concepts of death
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12 to 18 yr predominant concepts of death

>12 to 18 yr: Predominant Concepts of Death


12 to 18 yr interventions

>12 to 18 yr: Interventions


Words to heal or words which hurt

Words To Heal Or Words Which Hurt

  • I am sorry your ____ has died. Heal Hurt

  • I know just how you feel. Heal Hurt

  • Be strong. Heal Hurt

  • You should feel…(proud, sad, happy, etc) Heal Hurt

  • I care about you.Heal Hurt

  • Tell me about your ____. Heal Hurt

  • It will be okay.Heal Hurt

  • What is the hardest part for you? Heal Hurt

  • What do you miss the most?Heal Hurt

  • You are the man/woman of the home now.Heal Hurt


Professional support

Professional Support


Child life specialist

Child Life Specialist


Child life specialist1

Child Life Specialist


Activities

Activities

Mold

Photography

Scrapbooking

Artwork


Activities1

Activities

Hand mold

Memory box

2 same items

Videography


Books

Books


Books 2

Books (2)


12 to 18 yr predominant concepts of death

Sesame Street: When Families Grieve


References

References

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  • Lyles M. Grieving Children: What to Say. Children's Grief Education Association. 2004. Web. 8 June 2014.

  • McCall C. How to Help Children Deal with Loss. Web log post. Psychology Today. Sussex Publishers, LLC, 7 July 2011. Web. 8 June 2014.

  • Sood AB, Razdan A, Weller EB, Weller RA. Children's Reactions to Parental and Sibling Death. Curr Psychiatry Rep. 2006 Apr;8(2):115-20.

  • Spuij M, Prinzie P, Dekovic M, van den Bout J, Boelen PA. The Effectiveness of Grief-Help, a Cognitive Behavioural Treatment for Prolonged Grief in Children: Study Protocol for a Randomised Controlled Trial. Trials. 2013 Nov 20;14:395.

  • Sutter C, Reid T. How do we talk to the children? Child life consultation to support the children of seriously ill adult inpatients. J Palliat Med. 2012 Dec;15(12):1362-8.


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