How to comfort a young person when you’re feeling bereft

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In this episode, Thrive’s Head of Innovation and Principal Trainer Viv Trask-Hall is joined by Child Bereavement UK’s Education Development Officer Rebecca Haycock to discuss how educators can support children and young people who may be showing signs of grief following the death of the Queen.

Listen in to learn:

  • How to respond to questions that young people may ask
  • Why the death of a high-profile person can be a trigger for previous bereavements
  • How adults can support children and young people while managing their own grief
  • How to approach ‘difficult’ conversations

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