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Experiential Action Methods and Tools for Healing Grief and Loss-Related Trauma

Experiential Action Methods and Tools for Healing Grief and Loss-Related Trauma

by Lusijah S. Darrow, Janet Childs

  • Paperback £29.99

Experiential Action Methods and Tools for Healing Grief and Loss-Related Trauma introduces innovative psychodramatic and creative expression methods for helping those affected by bereavement and... (more)

Constructing Death: The Sociology of Dying and Bereavement

Constructing Death: The Sociology of Dying and Bereavement

by Clive Seale

  • Print £35.99

An introduction to the sociological study of death, dying and bereavement. (more)

Children and Grief: When a Parent Dies

Children and Grief: When a Parent Dies

by William Worden

  • Paperback £26.99

Drawing upon extensive interviews and assessments of school-age children who have lost a parent to death, this book offers a richly textured portrait of the mourning process in children. (more)

Grief in Childhood: Fundamentals of Treatment in Clinical Practice

Grief in Childhood: Fundamentals of Treatment in Clinical Practice

by Michelle Y. Pearlman

  • Hardback £46.95

Children vary in their response to the death of a loved one. With a literature review on bereavement in childhood, extensive case examples and dialogues to illustrate therapeutic techniques, and over... (more)

Caring for People with Learning Disabilities who are Dying

Caring for People with Learning Disabilities who are Dying

by Noelle Blackman

  • Print £10.99

The majority of people with learning disabilities are likely to die whilst living in a service setting. This book, written by practitioners in the field, offers practical advice, and aims to raise... (more)

The Meanings of Death:

The Meanings of Death:

by John Bowker

  • Print £16.00

John Bowker offers a contribution to debates about the value of death and its place in both Western and Eastern religions. (more)

Caring for Dying People of Different Faiths:

Caring for Dying People of Different Faiths:

by Julia Neuberger

  • Print £29.99

This volume covers the practical and ethical issues surrounding caring for patients of different faiths. This edition has been considerably expanded and includes a new chapter on Humanism. (more)

Good Practice in Palliative Care: A Psychosocial Perspective

Good Practice in Palliative Care: A Psychosocial Perspective

Edited by David Oliviere

  • Print £52.99

Helping people discover life while losing it, is the day-to-day stuff of palliative care. This book is about how palliative carers work, intervene and help in situations of loss in the context of... (more)

Grief, mourning and death ritual:

Grief, mourning and death ritual:

Edited by Jenny Hockey

  • Print £30.99

This work focuses on what happens after a death has taken place. Drawing on social theory and anthropology, contributors examine responses to death as they occur within the set of cultural, social... (more)

Bereavement Support Group Program for Children - Participant workbook, 2nd Edition

Bereavement Support Group Program for Children - Participant workbook, 2nd Edition

by Beth Haasl, Jean Marnocha

  • Print £34.99

This is a participant work book for children taking part in a bereavement support group. It contains activities for the participants to work on with the group leader. The activities encourage the... (more)

Bereavement Support Group Program for Children - Leader Manual, 2nd edition

Bereavement Support Group Program for Children - Leader Manual, 2nd edition

by Beth Haasl, Jean Marnocha

  • Print £34.99

This workbook is aimed at people working with children experiencing the grief and mourning process following bereavement. To be used in conjunction with the Participant Workbook. 90 pages. (more)

Fragments on the Deathwatch: A wise and compassionate book about how we cope with death and dying

Fragments on the Deathwatch: A wise and compassionate book about how we cope with death and dying

by Louise Harmon

  • Print £14.99

Keeping vigil over the dying is an essential human practice, and yet it is more often than not intruded upon by the institutions of modern life, such as hospitals and courtrooms. The author looks at... (more)

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