An art therapy group for bereaved youth in hospice care
Journal/Book: Caring. 1990; 9: 56-8.
Abstract: Through art, music, and drama children can creatively express the feelings of sadness and anger that occur when a family member dies. In so doing, they can often avoid later difficulties resulting from unresolved emotions. Hospices may want to develop an art therapy group to facilitate this process with clients and their families.
Keyword(s): Adolescence. Art Therapy. Bereavement. Child. Child, Preschool. Hospices. Human. Michigan. Music Therapy