Letters from a Friend A Sibling's Guide to Coping and Grief by Erika R. Barber
  

Letters from a Friend A Sibling's Guide to Coping and Grief

Written by Erika R. Barber
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Part of the Death, Value, and Meaning Series Series

RRP £45.50

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Letters from a Friend A Sibling's Guide to Coping and Grief by Erika R. Barber

This unique workbook is a comprehensive compilation of therapeutic activities developed to address the needs and issues of children and adolescents following the death of a brother or sister. The workbook is organized into distinct topic-specific sections relating to sibling hospitalisation, illness, injury, and death. Games, creative writing, and drawing exercises offer opportunities to share feelings and relay experiences in a non-threatening format. Letters from a Friend may be used by children or teens independently to create a personal journal of their bereavement and coping processes as well as a chronicle of their lives as surviving siblings.

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Format

Paperback
184 pages

Author

Erika R. Barber
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Publisher

Baywood Publishing Company Inc

Publication date

15th June 2003

ISBN

9780895032485


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