Paying Attention to Grief

The death of a loved one will cause grief for most children. If this grief persists over the long-term, however, this may indicate the presence of other mental health issues. Parents and caregivers who witness a child struggling to overcome grief should seek support if the symptoms last longer than six months and/or the symptoms impact the ability of the child to function at home or in school.

If your child is having trouble navigating their grief, they might benefit from a therapeutic connection. Dr. Clatch, Roger, and Heather are all here to help –let’s connect.

Dr. Michael Clatch, Psy. D
Posted in: Grief and Loss
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