Kids and Grief: Supporting Grieving Children in Schools

Instead of a hospice palliative care counselor, it is the school counselors, nurses and teachers that are often there to support a child grieving a loss. In this interview with Linda Goldman, she speaks on strategies for all caregivers (teachers, counselors, front end office staff) to support grieving children in the school system.

Timeline

  • 0’00” Introduction
  • 0:45 Consider these two questions in this podcast – How can you help the grieving child in the school? and How to see the relationship between a child’s grief process and their capacity to learn and grow.
  • 21:40 End

Chapter 5, On Being Up Close and Personal with the Dying, in Essentials in Hospice Palliative Care, 2nd Edition, Katherine Murray, 2009.

Life and Loss – A Guide to Helping Grieving Children, Linda Goldman.

Breaking the Silence – Helping Children with Complicated Grief, Linda Goldman

Children Also Grieve, Linda Goldman

Bart Speaks Out About Suicide, Linda Goldman

Credits
Written and recorded by Katherine Murray and Linda Goldman
All Rights Reserved Life and Death Matters 2010