In hospice palliative care, we work with all ages of the dying and the grieving.
This interview with renowned author, counsellor and educator Linda Goldman describes how to support children through the four psychological tasks of grieving.
- 0’00” Introduction
- 0:45 Linda shares some of her resources about children and grief.
- 4:55 Four psychological tasks of grieving – Understanding, Grieving, Communucating and Growing
- 5:15 Understanding means helping children to understand what death is.
- 15:45 Characteristics of grieving children.
- 22:00 End
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Written and recorded by Katherine Murray and Linda Goldman
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Life and Death Matters 2010