The Dougy Center's Bookstore

We've created a collection of guidebooks, interactive workbooks, DVD's, and pamphlets designed for adults, kids, and teens. Here we've highlighted ones that might be most helpful for those working in a school or community organization. Many of our resources are available in Spanish and Japanese.  

Help for the Grieving Student: A Guide for Teachers


At some point, every teacher will encounter a student affected by grief. This guidebook is an essential resource for elementary, middle and high school teachers, offering practical tips and information on how to respond to a death.

When Death Impacts Your School: A Guide for School Administrators


A valuable resource for school personnel who are faced with a death or tragedy in their school community. Includes instructions for developing a school intervention plan after a death, how to address issues related to suicide and violence, and how to know when outside help is needed.

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Deconstruction/Reconstruction: A Grief Journal for Teens


The Dougy Center's first journal specially created for grieving teens. Whether a teen has experienced the death of a parent, sibling, grandparent, close friend, or other family member, this Deconstruction/Reconstruction journal is an advice-free place where teens can draw, write, paint, and transform whatever they're thinking and feeling. 

Children, Teens, & Suicide Loss


The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and The Dougy Center, co-authored this guidebook designed specifically to help families with children and teens, who are survivors of a suicide death, better address their complex practical and emotional needs.
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