Nonfinite Loss And Grief: A Psychoeducational Approach / Edition 1

Nonfinite Loss And Grief: A Psychoeducational Approach / Edition 1

by Elizabeth J. Bruce
     
 

ISBN-10: 1557665176

ISBN-13: 9781557665171

Pub. Date: 01/28/2001

Publisher: Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company

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 significance of the loss. They also describe the emotional, developmental,…  See more details below

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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 significance of the loss. They also describe the emotional, developmental, and behavioral factors that determine individual responses to loss. Complexities in the grieving process are also examined.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557665171
Publisher:
Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
258
Product dimensions:
(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

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Table of Contents

About the Authors
Preface
Prologue
Acknowledgments
Sect. IThe Nonfinite Factor in Loss and Grief
Ch. 1An Introduction to Nonfinite Loss and Grief3
Ch. 2Nonfinite Loss and Traditional Theoretical Perspectives on Grief17
Ch. 3Loss and Grief as Counterparts31
Sect. IIBiography, Loss, and Grieving
Ch. 4The Foundations of Our Expectations45
Ch. 5Forming Expectations and Their Place in Loss61
Ch. 6The Role of Messages and the Development of Knots71
Sect. IIIFear and Dread: Origins and Role in Nonfinite Loss
Ch. 7Fear, Anxiety, and Dread89
Ch. 8Dreaded Events: Public Reputation99
Ch. 9Dreaded Events: Private Reputation109
Sect. IVComplexities in Grieving Nonfinite Loss
Ch. 10Cognitive Development, Identity Formation, and Griefwork119
Ch. 11Characteristics and Impact of Threat129
Ch. 12Grieving a Chameleon139
Ch. 13Characteristic Cycles on Nonfinite Grief149
Sect. VPrinciples and Clinical Applications
Ch. 14The Development of Clients as Strategists169
Ch. 15Principles for Facilitating the Grieving Process189
Ch. 16Case Studies in Nonfinite Loss197
References241
Index249

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