This newly revised edition of the book is designed for adult caregivers to read to surviving youngsters following a suicidal death. The story allows individuals an opportunity to recognize normal grieving symptoms and to identify various interventions to promote healthy ways of coping with the death of a special person. Although the language used in the book is simplistic enough to be read along with children and ultimately stimulating family discussion, it can be beneficial to all who have been tragically devastated by suicide. It is recommended for this book to be utilized in conjunction with therapy.
About the Author:
Doreen T. Cammarata, MS, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, currently counsels stroke victors and their families along with educating graduate students and professionals on grief counseling issues as an adjunct instructor at Florida Atlantic University & Hofstra University. As the President of The Grief & Bereavement Coalition of South Florida, formally the Palm Beach ADEC Chapter, she has organized enrichment seminars and networking opportunities for her fellow colleagues for over a decade. An equally important credential is that Doreen Cammarata is a suicide survivor.