chapter  11
The Use of Groups with Grieving Children and Adolescents
ByDonna L. Schuurman 165
Pages 14

Although still occasionally referred to as the "forgotten grievers," young people's voices are finally beginning to be heard. They cry out, and often act out, to inform the adults around them that they are grieving too. This is not to suggest that all children or adolescents who experience a death need therapy or professional help, though some do.