A Practitioner's View of Children Making Spiritual Meanings in Bereavement

@article{Way2013APV,
  title={A Practitioner's View of Children Making Spiritual Meanings in Bereavement},
  author={Patsy Way},
  journal={Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care},
  year={2013},
  volume={9},
  pages={144 - 157}
}
  • Patsy Way
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care
Little attention has been given to how bereaved children make meaning after the death of someone important to them and how they manage changes in their belief systems and worldviews. Some children, even very young ones, may be challenged in their beliefs about an afterlife or the nature or existence of God. Children may be confused by differing worldviews around them at home, in school, or in their communities. Examples are offered of such crises emerging for children after bereavement and… Expand
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