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Don't Just Do Something, Stand There! Finding Words for People Who are Coping with Loss
By Donna L. Schuurman, Ed.D., F.T. 




Grief Event - Purpose and Practice: Holding Space and Tending Details in Times of Grief
Los Angeles, CA  •  January 27, 2020




Helping The Grieving Student: A Guide for Teachers

Topics include how bereaved students grieve, developmental issues of a grieving student, responding to a school-related death, traumatizing situations, and how to help via support and classroom activities. 





What On Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies?

What happens to the person’s body? Will I ever feel better? These and lots of other questions provide the framework for this little book for elementary school children dealing with a death. 




When Death Impacts Your School: A Guide for Administrators

This short guide takes the school administrator through several steps that should be considered when a death—accidental or other—occurs in the school community. 




Death and Dying: A Paradigm for Coping With Loss

Provides students tools to deal with death and dying more creatively and effectively in their own lives. 







Here is a link to our 17-18 event on grief 

A similar event will be offered in 19-20.


Webinars -  Podcasts



Helping Grieving Students (webinar)
with Donna Schuurman



Essentials of a Crisis Response Plan (podcast)
with Donna Schuurman


Conversations about Grief and Loss (podcasts)
A resource from The Dougy Center


Mailing List 

Click here to receive information on future webinars or events pertaining to dealing with grief or crisis. 



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