Death Talk: Conversations with Children and Families

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Karnac Books, Dec 31, 1997 - Psychology - 176 pages
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This book tackles head on the often tabooed subject of death. It distils sophisticated clinical work into simple language, and describes simple techniques for talking to children about dying. The author makes sophisticated material accessible to a much wider range of practitioners than trained therapists.
 

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
CHAPTER FIVE
To talk ornotto talk
CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FOUR
Creating memories towards comemorating
trainingandsupervision
APPENDIX
APPENDIX C
INDEX
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Glenda Fredman is consultant clinical psychologist and systemic psychotherapist with Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. She is a tutor / trainer with the KCC Foundation, a freelance trainer, and author of 'Death Talk: Conversations with Children and Families' and 'Transforming Emotion: Conversations in Counselling and Psychotherapy'.

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