School counselors reflect on their experience following student deaths

When five school counselors who were part of a counseling team were interviewed to learn how they professionally and personally experienced the deaths of multiple students in one year in their school while attending to the needs of the school community, several themes emerged. The Journal of Counseling & Development study’s first theme, gravity of the losses, related to the significance of the losses the counseling team and broader school community experienced as each student died.

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