Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy: A Handbook for the Mental Health Practitioner, Third Edition
"Praise for earlier editions: "
"This book is the 'Bible' for those involved in the field of bereavement work...It is a straightforward, tightly focused, practical, soundly reasoned, compact working text."
"If you had one book dealing with grief counseling available to you, this is the one you should select."
"Worden has brought a critical and discerning mind to bear. ... His delineation of 'the tasks of mourning' is a masterly and original summation, and the ways by which we can help others to grow through grieving are clearly described."
In this updated and revised third edition of his classic text, Dr. Worden presents his most recent thinking on bereavement drawn from extensive research, clinical work, and the best of the new literature. Readers will find new information on special types of losses--including children's violent deaths, grief and the elderly, and anticipatory grief--as well as refinements to his basic model for mourning. It now not only includes the four "tasks of mourning" but also seven "mediators of mourning." In addition, a series of vignettes, the best of the first and second editions, plus several new to this edition, bring bereavement issues to life.
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I purchased this book for a Grief Counseling course and found it very informative and educational. Worden describes grief and bereavement related topics in terms the average student can comprehend ... Read full review
Attachment Loss and the Experience of Grief
Understanding the Mourning Process
Facilitating Uncomplicated Grief
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Constructing Death: The Sociology of Dying and Bereavement
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