Nonfinite Loss and Grief: A Psychoeducational Approach

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Paul H. Brookes Pub., 2001 - Family & Relationships - 258 pages
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Bruce (a counseling psychologist) and Schultz (public health, LaTrobe University) offer advice for counselors whose clients suffer persistent grief and continual disappointment. They suggest 14 therapeutic principles to help clients preserve their identity, regain control, and acknowledge the signif

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Contents

THE NONFINITE FACTOR IN LOSS
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COMPLEXITIES IN GRIEVING NONFINTTE LOSS
15
BIOGRAPHY LOSS AND GRIEVING
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