Navigating the grief and bereavement process can be a challenging and unpredictable experience, especially for children. Whether it’s the loss of a family member, friend, pet, or other loved one, children often don’t know how to cope with the complicated and complex emotions that accompany death.
Written and illustrated by a therapist (and mother), Andrea Dorn, MSW, When Someone Dies walks children through the bereavement process in a simple, concrete, and developmentally appropriate way. Through the lens of mindfulness, children will learn how to say goodbye, make space for any emotions that arise, and work through their grief.
Written for parents, teachers, and therapists alike, this straightforward yet powerful book includes:
- Optional engagement questions to build connection and personalize the reading experience
- Short mindfulness and self-compassion meditations
- A developmental guide to children’s understanding of death
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