This Coping with Grief Card Game was designed as a Grief Counseling therapeutic intervention tool. Not only useful for rapport-building and starting meaningful conversations, it is a non-threatening assessment tool and developmentally appropriate way to help young process the hard work of grieving when they lose a loved one.
Coping with Grief is a helpful tool to to process and talk about their grieving experience. The prompts invite players to reflect on and build coping skills, to express hard-to-talk-about feelings and thoughts about death and loss, and to remember and honor their relationship with the person who has died.
This coping with loss and grief card game includes 2 sets, in both color AND black and white. So if you don't have access to a color printer, no problem. You can download and print this loss and grief therapeutic tool in black and white too. Instead of color, you can match up cards with shapes. You can also use these cards as task cards and conversation starters by taking out the action cards. There are 76 prompts and/or questions in all.
The Coping with Grief (and loss) Card Game provides supportive interaction for not just counseling groups, and individual and family therapy sessions.
**Please note: This is a similar game to a former product called "You Know Coping with Grief." In this game, the prompts are the same, however the action card rules are different.