La Burbuja del Duelo (helping kids understand & explore grief)*

La Burbuja del Duelo (helping kids understand & explore grief)*

Product Number : 103H41500

  • Helps children, 6 and older, deal with grief
  • Interactive format
  • Appropriate for parents, counselors, educators, and other care givers
  • Spanish workbook

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La Burbuja del Duelo es un libro especial para nios de 6 aos o ms que han experimentado la muerte de alguien especial. El formato invita a la expresin de sus pensamientos y sentimientos, formentando la exploracion de su duelo ... una herramient til para los paadres, consejeros, educadores, y otros adultos apoyando a los nios lidiando con el duelo. Ages 6 and up.


 


About the Author:

Writer and illustrator Kerry DeBay is a Board-Certified Registered Art Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Trauma Specialist. Kerry has been working with children and their families for over 15 years - a significant focus has been supporting children and their caregivers faced with the terminal illness or death of a loved one. The concept of The Grief Bubble came from this work with grieving children. It developed as a way to illustrate and explain the phenomenon - grief to the children were experiencing, helping to increase their understanding and awareness of their unique process, while normalizing their experience.


Reviews:

Kerry's understanding of a child's loss can only come from sensitively listening to their spoken and unspoken words. The Grief Bubble provides fresh air and hope for grieving children."
- Jim Gustafson, Education Coordinator, Hope Hospice - Ft. Myers, Florida.

"I strongly recommend The Grief Bubble to be utilized to empower children through their grieving. The activities provided are helpful, sensitive and practical. Additionally this resource offers a variety of opportunities for the child to express their grief as well as their new life experience."
- Doreen Cammarata, MS LMHC,

"I searched for a book like The Grief Bubble for my son back in 1999, when my daughter died. The simple message along with the permission to feel & hope for the future is a great gift for children (& their caregivers). Eight years after her death, this book has opened a new dialogue on a different level, about our family grief process. Thank you Kerry, for filling a void in children's grief books that has long been overlooked!"
- Dee (Jashoda) Trombetta, bereaved mother.



Paperback, B&W illustrations, 60 pages, 9.2 x 7.5 x 0.1 inches



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