Working With Grief and Traumatic Loss — Theory, Practice, Personal Reflection, and Self-Care
Working With Grief and Traumatic Loss — Theory, Practice, Personal Reflection, and Self-Care provides clinicians with a wide range of personal loss and grief examples from seasoned therapists while also considering grief through
the lens of diverse cultural, religious, and theoretical perspectives. This text shares practicing clinicians' personal journeys of loss in myriad forms, including spousal, child, and parental death; suicide; genocide; mass disasters; loss of physical health; miscarriage; and beyond, in order to strengthen the frameworks through which grief is viewed, help readers more deeply understand its global context, and emphasize the relevance of personal experience when engaging in practice. Working With Grief and Traumatic Loss is a resource for social work, psychology, counseling, marriage and family, and grief and loss courses, as well as clinicians interested in deepening their practice.
— Source: Cognella Academic Publishing, https://titles.cognella.com/working-with-grief-and-traumatic-loss-9781516542178