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The Grief Bubble - Helping Kids Explore and Understand Grief
 
The Grief Bubble is a special workbook for children ages 6 and older who have experienced death, injury, or loss in their lives. The interactive format invites them to find expression for their thoughts and feelings, encouraging the exploration of their grief. A useful tool for parents, counselors, educators and other caring adults supporting children in grief.
 
Writer and illustrator Kerry DeBay is a Board-Certified Registered Art Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Trauma Specialist. Kerry has been working with children and their families for over 15 years - a significant focus has been supporting children and their caregivers faced with the terminal illness or death of a loved one. The concept of The Grief Bubble came from this work with grieving children. It developed as a way to illustrate and explain the phenomenon - grief – to the children were experiencing, helping to increase their understanding and awareness of their unique process, while normalizing their experience.

 

Someone I Love Died By Suicide
 
This newly revised edition of the book is designed for adult caregivers to read to surviving youngsters following a suicidal death. The story allows individuals an opportunity to recognize normal grieving symptoms and to identify various interventions to promote healthy ways of coping with the death of a special person. Although the language used in the book is simplistic enough to be read along with children and ultimately stimulating family discussion, it can be beneficial to all who have been tragically devastated by suicide. It is recommended for this book to be utilized in conjunction with therapy.
 
Doreen T. Cammarata, MS, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, currently counsels stroke victors and their families along with educating graduate students and professionals on grief counseling issues as an adjunct instructor at Florida Atlantic University & Hofstra University. As the President of The Grief & Bereavement Coalition of South Florida, formally the Palm Beach ADEC Chapter, she has organized enrichment seminars and networking opportunities for her fellow colleagues for over a decade. An equally important credential is that Doreen Cammarata is a suicide survivor.

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Praise for Honey Bear Died

Helping children develop a healthy concept about death is vital to their growth into healthy adults.  Through her extensive work with children and families who have lost loved ones, Jennifer Melvin has created a warm and comfortable tool for parents to use as a guide when talking to their children about death.  Every parent should have this as part of their educational library.
Cheryl Godbout, M.S., C.F.S.P.Funeral Home General Manager

 

Very young children understand death quite differently than adults do, but in a way that is extraordinarily unique to their age and developmental level.  They think in very specific, concrete terms, and they want and need to be told the truth in order to understand.  The simplicity of the language and the repetitiveness children love make Jennifer Melvin’s poignant book, Honey Bear Died, an invaluable resource for helping children understand death and grief on their level.  It is a must-have for families dealing with a death, for schools’ and children’s libraries, and for professionals who work with young children.

Susan Poncy, MSW Lower and Middle School Director of Student Services

 

 

This touched my heart in many ways. This book is so, so needed;  it’s simple words put together to help make a complicated situation more bearable. As an adult we cannot understand how a loved one so dear to a child can be taken away...this book helps with simple but wise explanation for children to understand their loss.
Kimberly DeOrsey Widow & Mother of children ages 3, 5 and 13

 

Death is a difficult concept to understand at any age, especially for children.  Even more difficult is finding the right words to say to a child in order to meet their developmental needs.  Jennifer Melvin has had years of experience through her work with bereaved children and adults developing and fine-tuning the language necessary for this kind of conversation.  Honey Bear Died is just the right resource for parents and professionals, for when they are at a loss for words.
Jean Godfrey, LMHC Hospice Psychosocialworker and Children’s grief support group facilitator

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Honey Bear Died

Death is a difficult concept to understand at any age, especially for children. Even more difficult is finding the right words to say to a child in order to meet their developmental needs. Jennifer Melvin has had years of experience through her work with bereaved children and adults developing and fine-tuning the language necessary for this kind of conversation. Honey Bear Died is just the right resource for parents and professionals, for when they are at a loss for words.

 

Jennifer E. Melvin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Bereavement Facilitator, a Certified Trauma and Loss Specialist, and is a trained professional in death, dying and bereavement with a Certification in Thanatology. Jennifer has a background in mental health, chronic/terminal illness and life transitions with years of experience specializing in clinical and supportive grief & loss services for children, teens and families.

 

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Hannah Without A Home

When six year old Hannah's father loses his job, her family is forced to move out of their home and into an uncertain future. Hannah tries to understand it all, and finds unexpected help from a good friend. This book is designed to help children and their families who are experiencing homelessness and working to regain their lives and financial independence.

 

Patti Hall, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned her BSW at Florida State University and her Master’s in Social Work at Florida Atlantic University. She has over 30 years of professional experience, including working with homeless families. Ms. Hall currently resides in Naples, Florida, where she works with bereaved families.

 

Sheila Devine, MIM, holds a BA in English from Marquette University and a Master’s in International Management from the University of Denver. She has over 25 years of professional experience in international business and professional fundraising. She currently resides in Oak Park, Illinois, and works for Special Olympics Illinois.

 

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La Burbuja del Duelo

La Burbuja del Duelo es un libro especial para niños de 6 años o más que han experimentado la muerte de alguien especial. El formato invita a la expresión de sus pensamientos y sentimientos, formentando la exploracion de su duelo ... una herramient útil para los paadres, consejeros, educadores, y otros adultos apoyando a los niños lidiando con el duelo.

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