Growth Through Loss and Change, Volume II: How to Grieve Without Undue Fear
Grief is an emotion that does not discriminate—its anguish is felt just as keenly in the palace of the rich man as it is felt in the hovel of the poor. Growth through Loss & Change, Volume II shares the lectures developed and taught by nurse thanatologist Clarice Schultz for thirty years in a variety of settings. With a focus on the principles, theories, and intervention methods that underlie the care and support of the dying and bereaved, this resource guide also identifies the dynamics of loss and discovers practical means of support.
Clarice Schultz, one of the founders of the Fox Valley Hospice, relies on her seasoned interactions with the dying and grieving to encourage those who care for the terminally ill and their bereaved families to overcome their fears and learn what works and what does not work. Her focus includes:
• Different faces of grief
• Ways to support the grieving
• Signs of healing after loss
• Impact of grief
Tailored for those who wish to develop a therapeutic presence for themselves as well as others, Growth through Loss & Change, Volume II provides compelling guidance for anyone in the midst of a grief journey.
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