Disenfranchised Grief: New Directions, Challenges, and Strategies for Practice
Kenneth J. Doka
Research Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Psychology - 451 pages
This book focuses on the kind of grief that is not openly acknowledged, socially validated, or publicly mourned. It addresses the unique psychological, biological, and sociological issues involved in disenfranchised grief. The contributing authors explore the concept of disenfranchised grief, help define and explain this type of grief, and offer clinical interventions to help grievers express their hidden sorrow.
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