Nonfinite Loss and Grief: A Psychoeducational Approach

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Jessica Kingsley, 2001 - Anxiety - 258 pages
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This practical text challenges the idea that the grieving process is the same regardless of the nature of the loss. The authors distinguish nonfinite loss, including disability, chronic and degenerative illness, divorce, infertility and childhood abuse, from bereavement types of loss. Because this grieving process can be complex, counsellors need to know how to provide therapy that recognises and addresses the particular needs of the individuals experiencing nonfinite loss.

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Contents

THE NONFINITE FACTOR IN LOSS
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Nonfinite Loss and Traditional Theoretical
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Loss and Grief as Counterparts
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