Supporting Grieving Students After a Death: How We Can Help Them Build Resilience in a Time of Physical Distancing
A Hands-On Experience for School Personnel,
Social Services Professionals from Community-based Organizations,
and Allied Mental Health Professionals
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Director of Children's Bereavement Services
Participate in a hands-on, resilience-building activity to use with students in-person or through Zoom. Learn how this type of interactivity can help students identify coping tools to support them through their grief.
Who should view: School Counselors, Teachers, Social Services Professionals from community-based organizations, and Allied Mental Health Professionals.
Participants will learn:
How children and teens grieve
How we can support grieving students after a death
How our ability to be effective in providing support has been impacted by physical distancing due to COVID-19
How we can help them build resilience after a death
A hands-on tool to encourage resilience building
This webinar is based on a presentation delivered by Gilly Cannon at
the School Community United in Partnership (SCUP) Conference in October, 2019.
Resources from the webinar:
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