'Jewett writes fluently combining a theoretical foundation, her own insights, evidence from her own casework and explicit guidance on how to work with children who have experienced loss. The book is written in a style that makes it accessible to parents, carers, teachers, social workers, psychologists and anyone involved in the pastoral care of children and young people.' --- International Journal of Children's Spirituality Through years of work with hundreds of bereaved children, child and family therapist Claudia Jewett has developed the simple techniques described here - techniques that any adult can use to help children through their grief. From the agonising moment when an adult must tell a child what has happened, through the shock and denial, then anger and depression, that follow. Jewett describes each stage of mourning and the behaviour that can be expected of grieving children. Using case histories and sample dialogues, she explains how to help children come to a timely resolution of their grief.