Recovery from Loss: A Personalized Guide to the Grieving Process

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Center for Applications of Psychological Type, 2001 - Self-Help - 230 pages

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Lewis Tagliaferre (INTP) is retired form the National Electrical Contractors Association where he worked for more than twenty-seven years in various capacities requiring extensive travel from national headquarters in Bethesda, MD. He currently resides in Springfield, VA and works from his home consulting with the electrical industry in research, writing, and marketing communications. He continues to seek personal and professional development and provides support to widowed people who can benefit from his experience in recovery from loss.

Gary L. Harbaugh, Ph.D. (INFP) has nearly forty years experience in ministry as a parish pastor, a seminary teacher, leadership trainer, and pastoral consultant with Lutheran Disaster Response. He has also served on the faculty of the training program of the Association of Psychological Type and the Center for Applications for Psychological Type, with a specialty in religious and spiritual issues. Dr. Harbaughs books include Pastor as Person, The Confident Christian: Seeing with the Eyes of Faith, Act of God/Active God: Recovering From Natural Disasters, and Gods Gifted People: Discovering Your Personality as a Gift.

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