Student Dies A School Mourns

Dealing With Death and Loss in the School Community Ralph L. Klicker. hours for the Headquarters, Counseling, and Quiet Rooms? You will need to consider who will make the announcement of the death to the students.

Author: Ralph L. Klicker

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781135894795

Category: Psychology

Page: 168

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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

A Student Dies a School Mourns

A guide for school personnel addressing the needs of school communities when one of their members dies.

Author: Ralph L. Klicker

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781560327424

Category: Education

Page: 170

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A guide for school personnel addressing the needs of school communities when one of their members dies. The material details normal and abnormal grief reactions, factors affecting those grief responses, and the differences in death beliefs and responses of students at different ages and developmental stages. Distributed by Taylor and Francis. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Death Dying Life Living

A Student Dies, A School Mourns: Dealing with Death and Loss in the School Community Lerner, M.D., Volpe, J. S., & Lindell, B. (2003). A Practical Guide for Crisis Response in Our Schools: A Comprehensive School Crisis Response Plan ...

Author: Charles A. Corr

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337670579

Category: Psychology

Page: 768

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Practical and inspiring, DEATH & DYING, LIFE & LIVING, 8th Edition helps students learn how to navigate encounters with death, dying, and bereavement. The authors integrate classical and contemporary material, present task-based approaches for individual and family coping, and include four chapters devoted to death-related issues faced by children, adolescents, young and middle-aged adults, and older adults. They also discuss a variety of cultural and religious perspectives that affect people's understanding and practices associated with such encounters. Practical guidelines for constructive communication encourage productive living in the face of death. You can use this book as a primary textbook for undergraduate and graduate courses in death, dying, and bereavement; as a supplementary text in related courses; or as a general resource. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Death Loss and Grief in Literature for Youth

... 285 Stopping for Death: Poems about Death and Loss, 482 A Story for Hippo: A Book about Loss, 383 Straight Talk about Death for Teenagers: How to Cope with Losing Someone You Love, 445 A Student Dies, a School Mourns: Dealing with ...

Author: Alice Crosetto

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780810885608

Category: Reference

Page: 267

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In this volume, Alice Crosetto and Rajinder Garcha identify hundreds of resources—including books, Internet sites, and media titles—that will help educators, professionals, parents, siblings, guardians, and students learn about coping with the loss of a loved one and the grief process. Annotations provide complete bibliographical descriptions of the entries, and each entry is identified with the grade levels for which it is best suited. Reviews from recognized publications are also included wherever possible. Anyone interested in locating helpful resources regarding death and grieving will find much of value in this essential tool.

Engaging Children in Family Therapy

Death and the classroom: A teacher's guide to assist grieving students. ... In D.Papadatou & C.Papadatos (Eds.), Children and death. ... A student dies, a school mourns: Dealing with death and loss in the school community.

Author: Catherine Ford Sori

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135413194

Category: Psychology

Page: 291

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A common question at the initial meeting of a family therapist and a new client(s) is often whether or not to include a child or children in the counseling sessions. The inclusion of a child in the family therapy process often changes the dynamic between client and therapist -- and between the clients themselves -- within the context of the counseling sessions. And yet, although this is such a common experience, many counselors and family therapists are not adequately equipped to advise parents on whether to include a child in therapy sessions. Once the child does make an appearance in the counseling session, the therapist is faced with the challenges inherent in caring for a child, in addition to many concerns due to the unique circumstance of the structured therapy. Counseling a child in the context of a family therapy session is a specific skill that has not received the attention that it deserves. This book is intended as a guide for both novice and experienced counselors and family therapists, covering a wide range of topics and offering a large body of information on how to effectively counsel children and their families. It includes recent research on a number of topics including working with children in a family context, the exclusion of children from counseling, and counselor training methods and approaches, the effectiveness of filial play therapy, the effects of divorce on children, and ADHD. Theoretical discussion is given to different family therapy approaches including family play therapy and filial play therapy. Central to the text are interviews with leaders in the field, including Salvador Minuchin, Eliana Gil, Rise VanFleet and Lee Shilts. A chapter devoted to ethical and legal issues in working with children in family counseling provides a much-needed overview of this often overlooked topic. Chapters include discussion of specific skills relevant to child counseling in the family context, case vignettes and examples, practical tips for the counselor, and handouts for parents.

Life and Loss

When Death Impacts Your School: A Guide for School Administrators. Portland, OR: Dougy Center. This is a resource for school personnel facing a death in the schools. Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education ... A Student Dies, a School Mourns.

Author: Linda Goldman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136222405

Category: Psychology

Page: 266

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Many clinicians recognize that denying or ignoring grief issues in children leaves them feeling alone and that acknowledging loss is crucial part of a child’s healthy development. Really dealing with loss in productive ways, however, is sometimes easier said than done. For decades, Life and Loss has been the book clinicians have relied on for a full and nuanced presentation of the many issues with which grieving children grapple as well as an honest exploration of the interrelationship between unresolved grief, educational success, and responsible citizenry. The third edition of Life and Loss brings this exploration firmly into the twenty-first century and makes a convincing case that children’s grief is no longer restricted only to loss-identified children. Children’s grief is now endemic; it is global. Life and Loss is not just the book clinicians need to understand grief in the twenty-first century—it’s the book they need to work with it in constructive ways.

Helping Teens Work Through Grief

A student dies, a school mourns: Dealing with death and loss in the school community. New York: Brunner-Routledge. Malicoat, Trey, & Morris, Amy. (2000). The journey of change: How to walk alongside a child or adolescent living with ...

Author: Mary Kelly Perschy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135938994

Category: Psychology

Page: 184

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The second edition of Helping Teens Work Through Grief provides a more complete and updated manual for facilitators of teen grief groups. It includes additional background information about developmental aspects of teens, the process of grief, aspects of trauma and its effects on teens, the value of a group, determining the group-appropriateness of particular teens, and parental involvement. The many details involved with beginning a group - publicity, interviews, registration, structure, closure, evaluation, and follow-up - are listed.

Death Dying Life Living

A Student Dies, A School Mourns: Dealing with Death and Loss in the School Community. Lerner, M. D., Volpe, J. S., & Lindell, B. (2003). A Practical Guide for Crisis Response in Our Schools: A Comprehensive School Crisis Response Plan ...

Author: Charles A. Corr

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781133710578

Category: Psychology

Page: 816

View: 189

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Practical and inspiring, this field-leading book helps students learn how to navigate encounters with death, dying, and bereavement. The authors integrate classical and contemporary material, present task-based approaches for individual and family coping, and include four substantial chapters devoted to death-related issues faced by children, adolescents, young and middle-aged adults, and older adults. The book discusses a variety of cultural and religious perspectives that affect people's understanding and practices associated with such encounters. Practical guidelines for constructive communication are designed to encourage productive living in the face of death. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Handbook of School Counseling

A student dies, a school mourns: Dealing with death and loss in the school community. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis. leenaars, A. A., & Wenckstern, S. (1998). Principles of postvention: Applications to suicide and trauma in schools.

Author: Hardin L.K. Coleman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135283599

Category: Education

Page: 927

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The mission of this forty-eight chapter Handbook is to provide a comprehensive reference source that integrates counseling theory, research and practice into one volume. It is designed to meet the needs of entry-level practitioners from their initial placement in schools through their first three to five years of practice. It will also be of interest to experienced school counselors, counselor educators, school researchers, and counseling representatives within state and local governments.

Breaking the Silence

An excellent protocol for schools working with kids in crisis when there is death or dying. Klicker, R. (2000). A Student Dies, a School Mourns. Buffalo, NY: Thanos Institute. This manual guides the school community in reducing the ...

Author: Linda Goldman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317756705

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

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The second edition of this bestselling book is designed for mental health professionals, educators, and the parent/caregiver, this book provides specific ideas and techniques to work with children in various areas of complicated grief. It presents words and methods to help initiate discussions of these delicate topics, as well as tools to help children understand and separate complicated grief into parts. These parts in turn can be grieved for and released one at a time. A new chapter is included, called "Communities Grieve: Involvement with Children and Trauma." It includes information on The Taiwan Earthquake and how the community worked with children, a school bus accident in which 36 elementary school children witnessed the death of the bus driver that was driving and how the school system worked with these children and their families; a boy who was running on a cross country team and got hit by a car, which was witnessed by teammates; and how a non-profit community grief agency worked with family, school, and community. The last study is from the Oklahoma bombing and the outgrowth of a place for the traumatized children and how they still work with kids and family today. This chapter then contains new activities to work with traumatized grieving children. The new edition also includes updated resources, books, curriculums, websites, hotlines and another new chapter on bullying and victimization issues. The chapter for educators has been expanded, including the coverage of topics such as at-risk students, gay and lesbian issues, and self-injurious behaviors.