New for 2020, this spiral-bound A4 book provides practitioners, such as teachers and youth leaders, with a framework of activities to engage bereaved young people, get them thinking and talking, and help them to develop resilience and coping skills. 1 in 30 young people will be bereaved of a parent before the age of 16, and this book will help practitioners supporting young people to feel confident in addressing bereavement issues.
Suitable for working with young people aged 8 - 18.
100 pages, detailing 20 activity session plans, some with photocopiable resource sheets. Also covers useful theories, guidance and further reading for practitioners.
Developed in partnership with Child Bereavement UK.
I cannot recommend 'Activities for working with bereaved young people' highly enough. It has enabled myself and other staff members (none of us are trained in bereavement counselling) to feel more confident and able to deliver individual and group support.
- Angie Morrison, Teacher & Bereavement Support Lead at Notre Dame School in Plymouth