When a student loses a parent, family member, or friend, the school counselor may often be the ideal person to help a student process her feelings since a) those feelings are probably impacting her in school, b) the counselor is a familiar figure to most kids, and c) the child’s caregivers may be too caught up in their own grief to be fully present for her.
I created this book to help students who’ve experienced a loss to share and process their feelings. I’ve used it with individuals and small groups, in single sessions or over the course of several weeks.
12-page grief/memory book (5.5 x 8.5 inches)
(two versions: one with lines for writing, and one without the lines for students who can’t write yet or who prefer to draw)
Instructions for use
Graphics by Miss Tiina and Creative Clips
Font by Cara Carroll
Please visit my website at www.schoolcounselingfiles.com for lots of other counseling resources and activities, all of which are free!