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Having an incarcerated parent-children's grief and loss

1  By Dr. Brenda Fawcett, Storybook Research Project 2019. Research Team   Contributing Authors  Dr. Avon Hart-Johnson  Dr...
2  Complicated grief Box 1.1. As of this publication, our team of investigators conducted seven focus groups in the Washin...
3  What do we know generally about how children and adolescents experience and express grief and loss  Some children and t...
4  perceives the world as a predictable, safe, and caring place. Secure attachments early on also provide a foundation all...
5  not rigid, and where routines are predictable. When times get tough, we as adults fall back on predictability, consiste...
6  regulatory skills feels success and good about himself. Some children at this age are entering day care or preschool ou...
7  temperamental differences and a whole host of circumstances. Reactions to the loss and absence of a parent may or may n...
8  2.  3. 4. 5. 6.  7.  8.  overexplain. The child does not need to know all the details of the parent   s crime. Rehearse...
9  parent   s absence is an ongoing process. The issue may arise multiple times during the parent   s absence. Themes from...
10  caregiver will want to tailor the conversation to the child   s emotional and social age. If there is going to be cont...
11  begin to behave like a younger child in reaction to the news of a parent   s absence. Sleep, appetite disruptions, and...
12  school years are an excellent time to begin the ritual of regular weekly family meetings. This is a time for all famil...
13  4. Can we make our own luck  5. What are some reasonable strategies for staying connected to a parent who is absent  6...
14  What do you think will happen next  Why do you think     What do you think Star is feeling  What do you think Grandma ...
15  exploring the world to touch base with a secure, limit- setting, boundaried caregiver.  clearly     My parent is incar...
16  lobe is the seat of all executive functions. Among these functions are skills like planning, problem solving, emotiona...
17  What do I say  Using the themes of Rocko   s Guitar as discussion points for caregivers of adolescents The main charac...
18  Recommendations for caregivers. Self-care is more important than anything  An overview guide to being a good caregiver...
19  understood in a moment of need is a priceless gift. Take care of yourself spiritually  Religious and spiritual beliefs...
20  your script for your conversation about the absent parent. Consider reading Truth and The Big Dinner as a means of exp...
21  Questions for caregivers of teenagers, using Truth and The Big Dinner story 1.Can you think of a time when you really ...