Beyond the Innocence of Childhood

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1995-10-01
  • Publisher: Baywood Pub Co

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Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Life-Threatening Illness and Threat to their Livesp. 7
The Use of Art in Helping Children Cope with Life-Threatening Illnessp. 9
Re-Storying Brokenness: Using Story and Active Imagination to Help Seriously Ill Children and their Familiesp. 23
Music Therapy for Children with Cancerp. 45
The Therapeutic Use of Play in Helping Children whose Lives are Threatenedp. 55
The Use of Humor and Laughter in Helping Children Cope with Life-Threatening Illnessp. 71
Pets: A Source of Hope for Children with Life-Threatening Illnessp. 83
Camps: A Therapeutic Adjunct for Children with Cancer or HIV/AIDSp. 101
Helping Lethal Suicidal Adolescentsp. 131
The Suffering of Children and Adolescents with Life-Threatening Illness: Factors Involved and Ways Professionals Can Helpp. 151
Helping Dying Children and Adolescentsp. 179
Palliative Care for Children Dying of Cancer: Psychosocial Issuesp. 181
The Impact of the Hospital System on Dying Children and their Familiesp. 211
Lessons on Living from Dying Adolescentsp. 237
Imagery for Children in Pain: Experiencing Threat to Life and the Approach of Deathp. 251
When Truth Hurts...p. 267
The Influence of Spirituality on Dying Children's Perceptions of Deathp. 295
Challenges in Developing a Children's Hospicep. 317
Using Story to Help Children Cope with Dying, Death and Bereavement: An Annotated Resourcep. 335
About the Editorsp. 349
Contributorsp. 351
Indexp. 355
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