On the Death of a Child
A guidebook for all professionals who work with bereaved families. Covers: characteristics of child death, grief and mourning, professional roles, general guidelines, stressful situations, talking with children, support for families, support for schools, and support services.
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Incidence and characteristics of child death
Features of grief and mourning when a child dies
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