Collaborative approach to working with children affected by grief

Date produced 10 December 2020

Join our panel of interdisciplinary experts to discuss the mental health indicators for a child experiencing grief and how to help children feel safe.

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion to be better equipped to:

  • identify the mental health indicators in the context of grief and loss and the range of reactions to grief that a child may experience

  • discuss tips and strategies that can help a child feel safe and secure after experiencing a loss

  • discuss the importance of collaboration and appropriate referrals when supporting a child, their family, and/or carer who are experiencing grief including supports in the school setting.


 

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts' bios.:

  • Dr. Andrew Leech (General Practitioner, Western Australia)

  • Kristy Felsea (Psychologist, Western Australia)

  • Julianne Whyte AM (Social Worker, New South Wales)

Facilitator:

  • Nicola Palfrey  (Psychologist, South Australia)
 

 

 


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