All the Stars Above is doing a great job in serving bereaved clients. At conferences or in other meetings therapists often share how people open up during therapeutic sessions when they use All the Stars Above. I (Daisy, the developer) am so grateful to hear that, as my mission is to help people worldwide to go on living after a radical experience in their life.
At this moment we have a special discount of 50% on All the Stars Above. With this discount we hope more people will have the possibility to experience All the Stars Above (in a therapeutic setting – as it is developed for therapists). To order or for more information please visit our webshop.
Daisy runs groups for adults who have lost a dear one (death).
Everyone who would like to share their experiences with others by playing All the Stars Above is welcome.
4 Sessions of 2 hours, once every two weeks. Approximately 4 participants.
Daisy Luiten: +31 570 869113
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Two recomendations for All the Stars Above from the USA!
Recommendation by J. William Worden
"Bereaved children often have difficulty sharing their thoughts and feelings about death with family and others. All the Stars Above is a very creative way to help these children identify and discuss their confusions and worries. It is especially effective for use with families and bereavement groups, but I have also found it useful when working with bereaved children one on one.
Daisy Luiten is to be commended for designing this creative approach that will appeal to children of all ages. Those working with bereaved children and families will want to add this to their inventory of intervention materials."
J. William Worden, Ph.D. ABPP, Co-Director, Harvard Child Bereavement Study, Author of Children & Grief: When a Parent Dies (Guilford Press)
Recommendation by Robert A. Neimeyer
"All the Stars Above is an inspired intervention, a practical procedure to facilitate precisely the sort of mutual storytelling that helps a family make sense of loss, and make sense of each other in its wake. I recommend it to all creative clinicians who want to reach into the silence of wordless suffering, and help families find a way forward in the aftermath of unwelcome change."
Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD, Author of Lessons of Loss and Editor of Death Studies.