Grief At School

Oct 1st, 2018 | Episode 92

As much as schools are places of learning, students don’t leave their lives at the door when they enter the building. They bring their whole selves to the classroom, and for many, that includes grief. We talk with school social worker, Kate Sherwood, LCSW, about how to support students and the entire school community when grief shows up. Kate shares ideas for acknowledging grief, notifying the school community when a death occurs, and the power of bringing students together in their grief.

For more information about Judi's House/JAG Institute's Childhood Bereavement Estimation Model (CBEM), check out their site.

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