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Webinar: Supporting Children and Teens Facing Grief

  • Duration 01h
  • Total Enrolled 31
  • Last Update January 19, 2022


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Whether you are a foster or adoptive family, the children in your care face grief. Grief is a natural reaction to loss. Children and teens’ grief looks different from that of adults and as adults you may not recognize grief reactions in your children. You may feel at a loss on how best to support your children. Join us to learn about developmental reactions to loss, what affects a child’s reaction to loss, and how you can support the children in your care. We will also discuss the unique challenges faced by foster and adoptive families when coping with grief. Kate’s Club has been supporting grieving children since 2003 and believes that no child should grieve alone.

Presented by:

Liz Carson

Program and Outreach Manager


Liz Carson has been with Kate’s Club for over seven years. As the Program and Outreach Manager, Liz manages community and school-based programming including professional trainings, grief education for children, grief education for parents and caregivers, support groups for students, and crisis response. Liz is trained in QPR suicide prevention and Youth Mental Health First Aid and has worked with the National Alliance for Children’s Grief to create a committee for school-based grief programming and resources for schools to better support bereaved students. She has a BS in Anthropology from Emory University and is currently in the process of obtaining her Master of Social Work degree from Florida State University.

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Great information



I enjoyed the course. I did have a child in my home who dealt with death of a family member and all he talked about was him dying, so I had to keep encouraging him that his life matter and his past does not determine his future.


Very rewarding because I am able to use information for my own relief

It was a good match I have known people to go through similar situations

I've lost all my grandparents. I'm still learning to cope if death.

My mom died of cancer in 2002. I'm still dealing with grief.

Great class

Great class

Very informative

Yes Very good

Giving up foster children who have been with you for a couple of years is very hard to do. And I believed you do give when they leave.

Very informative


It was very informative. I lost a parent and then my foster daughter lost her mother so the strategies for families was very helpfu.



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