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(p. 195) Using Creative Art Interventions to Support Bereaved Students 

(p. 195) Using Creative Art Interventions to Support Bereaved Students
(p. 195) Using Creative Art Interventions to Support Bereaved Students

Grace Zambelli

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date: 16 May 2021

This chapter offers a model for a 10-week creative arts support group for bereaved students in an elementary school setting. Four protective mechanisms relevant to grief are described, along with specific ways they can be strengthened by participation in creative art intervention groups. Guidelines for setting up a group are provided and ethical considerations are highlighted. A detailed description is given of the four phases of each session. A template with suggested curriculum ideas for each session is provided.

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