Our expert says:
This is a very tragic situation for you all. For now, it is about supporting her and being there for her when she reaches out. Its also a time to keep a close eye on her.
I would recommend that she see a psychotherapist if you are concerned about her mood or behaviour. Asking the school including the school counsellor to be aware of the situation and monitor her emotionally would also be helpful.
Let her know that if she wants to talk to someone it can be arranged so she knows the door is open to this at any time she needs it.
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