Grief and Powerlessness: Helping People Regain Control of Their Lives

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996 - Psychology - 202 pages
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In this practical book on why and how people grieve, the author addresses the experience of bereavement and loss in a wide range of contexts, including: death and dying; ageing; disability; illness and AIDS; and cultural loss.

The second part of the book presents ideas for practical solutions and discusses strategies to facilitate change and re-empower clients, helping them regain control of their lives.

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Ruth Bright is a Consultant Music Therapist who specialises in grief counselling and was Founding President of the Australian Music Therapy Association. She is a long-standing member (and immediate Past-President) of the Board of Directors of the Gerontology Foundation of Australia, a national charity which provides funds for research into aspects of ageing.

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