This book gives the clinician an understanding of the experience of grieving parents and offers a concise clinical guide that the mental health professional can use to best assist the bereaved parent. The authors combine their extensive experience and expertise with persons who have undergone loss, with their empirical research on this topic in order to offer the practicing clinician a unique and up-to-date perspective. An overview familiarizes the reader with the subject, literature and existing models and theories, and from there the authors build a framework for treating the bereaved. Case examples, empirical research and specific circumstances are discussed in order to better understand the involvement of spirituality and counter-transference in the counseling process. Included are chapters on spirituality and the experience of the clinician, vital issues that are often not encountered during the counselling process.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 192
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