Helping Children Grieve 50 MINUTE VIDEO COURSE | $24 PER PERSON
Helping Children Grieve - a Course for Parents and Educators
"We bereaved are not alone. We belong to the largest company in the world- the company of those who have known suffering." (Helen Keller)
Our world is heavy with grief. It's a time of uncertainty and fear for many of our children who have lost a loved one. Over the past two years, my practice has gone from having one or two grieving patients at any given time to over fifty percent of children and teens who have experienced a significant loss.
When we are grieving ourselves, it's easy to be left not knowing how to best support our children and teens through these challenging times. This 50-minute course for parents and educators will provide practical tools to navigate the grief journey and understand a child's emotional space along the way.
The 'Helping Children Grieve' video course covers:
Is a child too young to grieve?
Normal emotions after the death of a loved one
Other physical and emotional signs of grieving
Who should tell the child about the death?
When should the child be told?
Where should they be told?
Should children be involved in memorial services?
When should children go back to school?
Does my child need grief counselling?
Steps to help children and teens through the grief journey
Grief experiences according to developmental ages
How can educators help?
Essential considerations for supporting grieving children
The course includes:
An understanding and an awareness of the grief journey allows us to provide our children with the support they need to navigate the tremendous heartbreak of loss.
There are no magic keys or easy shortcuts in the grief process. You can't take the pain of loss away from your children, but you can journey it alongside them, you can be their safe space, and you can let them know through your presence and the acknowledgment of their emotions that they are not alone. Your child's healing lies in connection.
Get this video course now to help your child begin on the healing journey.
Naomi is a psychologist, author and speaker with over 20 years experience in education, educational psychology and psychotherapy with a special interest in the emotional well - being of children and young adults. With an initial teaching background she has insightful knowledge on the role of both parents and teachers in supporting, nurturing and helping young people reach their potential.
Naomi qualified cum laude with an MA in Educational Psychology from University of KwaZulu-Natal and is in private practice in Hilton, South Africa. She has spoken countrywide and her online parenting courses have now reached an international following. Naomi is a mother of two young children and regards this as a privilege and her most important role.
SOME OF MY SPEAKER REVIEWS
“On the whole, since listening to you, I have found myself far more mindful and aware of my parenting. There is a new consciousness which is hopefully going to see me growing in leaps and bounds as a parent. Thank you! Every parent needs your advice Naomi!”
Parenting course attendee
“Naomi’s words are powerful and inspirational. They makes us realize all the pits we fall into as parents and demonstrates positive outcomes if we do things slightly differently! Thank you Naomi!"
- Schools webinar attendee
“What a fantastic, informative session. Naomi is a confident professional who provides you with invaluable insight and practical tips”.
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