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The Resource Death and grief : a guide for clergy, Alan D. Wolfelt

Death and grief : a guide for clergy, Alan D. Wolfelt

Label
Death and grief : a guide for clergy
Title
Death and grief
Title remainder
a guide for clergy
Statement of responsibility
Alan D. Wolfelt
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Wolfelt, Alan,
Dewey number
259/.6
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Bereavement
  • Death
  • Pastoral counseling
Label
Death and grief : a guide for clergy, Alan D. Wolfelt
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; DEDICATION; PREFACE; References; Table of Contents; LIST OF FIGURES; 1 SEMANTIC DISTINCTIONS IN TERMINOLOGY; Could you define the terms bereavement grief, and mourning?; 2 SOCIAL INFLUENCES AND GRIEF; What is your perception of the social influences that relate to the expression of grief in our culture; Does this lack of a supportive social context you have described influence people's perception of how long grief should last?; 3 INCREASED INTEREST IN BEREAVEMENT CARE
  • Clergy, as well as other caregivers, appear to have an increased interest in the area of bereavement care-why do you think this has occurred?References; 4 BROADER FRAMEWORK FOR LOSS; I'm aware that we experience variety of loses in our lives. Could you provide a broader framework for acknowledging the different kinds of losses we encounter?; The Loss of a Person; The Loss of Some Aspect of Self; The Loss of External Objects; Developmental Losses; References; 5 ATTACHMENT INFLUENCES ON GRIEF
  • I realize that the experiences of grief is a function of attachment Could you describe how attachment influences our experience with grief?Isn't there also a theory of object-relations that relates to the way we become attached to or detached from persons, places, or even ideas?; Can you depict through object relations, some of the ways in which the survivor mourns the lost person?; References; 6 UNIQUENESS OF GRIEF RESPONSE; Do people grieve differently, and if so, what factors influence their individual responses?; 1. The Nature of the Relationship With the Person Who Died
  • 2. The Availability, Helpfulness, and Ability of the Person to Make Use of a Social Support System3. The Unique Characteristics of the Bereaved Person; 4. The Unique Characteristics of the Person Who Died; 5. The Nature of the Death; 6. The Person's Religious and Cultural History; 7. Other Crisis or Stresses in the Person's Life; 8. Previous Experiences With Death; 9. The Social Expectations Based on the Sex of the Survivor; 10. The Ritual or Funeral Experience; 7 OVERVIEW OF NORMAL EXPERIENCE OF GRIEF
  • Would you please provide an overview of your understanding of the normal experience of grief and provide some guidelines regarding the helper's role at this time?Common Dimensions of Normal Grief; Shock/Denial/Numbness/Disbelief; Disorganization/Confusion/Searching/Yeaming; Generalized Anxiety/Panic/Fear; Physiological Changes; Explosive Emotions; Guilt/Remorse/Assessing Culpability; Loss/Emptiness/Sadness; Relief/Release; Reconciliation; References; 8 ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF GRIEF
Control code
ocn929952345
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317739401
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)929952345
Label
Death and grief : a guide for clergy, Alan D. Wolfelt
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; DEDICATION; PREFACE; References; Table of Contents; LIST OF FIGURES; 1 SEMANTIC DISTINCTIONS IN TERMINOLOGY; Could you define the terms bereavement grief, and mourning?; 2 SOCIAL INFLUENCES AND GRIEF; What is your perception of the social influences that relate to the expression of grief in our culture; Does this lack of a supportive social context you have described influence people's perception of how long grief should last?; 3 INCREASED INTEREST IN BEREAVEMENT CARE
  • Clergy, as well as other caregivers, appear to have an increased interest in the area of bereavement care-why do you think this has occurred?References; 4 BROADER FRAMEWORK FOR LOSS; I'm aware that we experience variety of loses in our lives. Could you provide a broader framework for acknowledging the different kinds of losses we encounter?; The Loss of a Person; The Loss of Some Aspect of Self; The Loss of External Objects; Developmental Losses; References; 5 ATTACHMENT INFLUENCES ON GRIEF
  • I realize that the experiences of grief is a function of attachment Could you describe how attachment influences our experience with grief?Isn't there also a theory of object-relations that relates to the way we become attached to or detached from persons, places, or even ideas?; Can you depict through object relations, some of the ways in which the survivor mourns the lost person?; References; 6 UNIQUENESS OF GRIEF RESPONSE; Do people grieve differently, and if so, what factors influence their individual responses?; 1. The Nature of the Relationship With the Person Who Died
  • 2. The Availability, Helpfulness, and Ability of the Person to Make Use of a Social Support System3. The Unique Characteristics of the Bereaved Person; 4. The Unique Characteristics of the Person Who Died; 5. The Nature of the Death; 6. The Person's Religious and Cultural History; 7. Other Crisis or Stresses in the Person's Life; 8. Previous Experiences With Death; 9. The Social Expectations Based on the Sex of the Survivor; 10. The Ritual or Funeral Experience; 7 OVERVIEW OF NORMAL EXPERIENCE OF GRIEF
  • Would you please provide an overview of your understanding of the normal experience of grief and provide some guidelines regarding the helper's role at this time?Common Dimensions of Normal Grief; Shock/Denial/Numbness/Disbelief; Disorganization/Confusion/Searching/Yeaming; Generalized Anxiety/Panic/Fear; Physiological Changes; Explosive Emotions; Guilt/Remorse/Assessing Culpability; Loss/Emptiness/Sadness; Relief/Release; Reconciliation; References; 8 ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF GRIEF
Control code
ocn929952345
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317739401
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)929952345

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