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The Resource Devastating losses : how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs, William Feigelman [and others], (electronic resource)

Devastating losses : how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs, William Feigelman [and others], (electronic resource)

Label
Devastating losses : how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs
Title
Devastating losses
Title remainder
how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs
Statement of responsibility
William Feigelman [and others]
Title variation
How parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Grounded equally in solid clinical practice and uniquely relevant research, and tragically leavened by the personal bereavement of two of the book's authors, Devastating Losses sheds new and compassionate light on the experience of a child's death to traumatic causes.". Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD. Editor, Death Studies. "This volume is a pioneering and long overdue work, a study not only of grieving parents who lost a child to suicide but also of parents whose children succumbed to drug overdoses. The authors have done a masterful job of blending their quantitative research findi
Dewey number
155.9/37085
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Feigelman, William
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  • Children
  • Parents
  • Bereavement
  • Drugs
  • Suicide victims
Label
Devastating losses : how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs, William Feigelman [and others], (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Devastating Losses How Parents Cope With the Death of a Child to Suicide or Drugs; Advance Praise for Devastating Losses; Half Title; About the Author; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Losing Jesse and Making Sense of It, a Reflection by Bill Feigelman; Jesse Remembered; The Winding Path of Healing; The Research; References; 1: Theoretical Issues Guiding This Study and How the Data Were Collected; The Plan of This Book; Theoretical Issues Guiding This Research; Studying a More Approachable Question
  • Study Methods, Sample Characteristics, and MeasurementsQuantitative Data Sources and Methods; Characteristics of the Sample; Measurements; Additional Qualitative Data Sources; Thoughts on the Difficulties of Doing Traumatic-Loss Research; References; Section I: Factors Associated Withthe Loss Experience; 2: Suicide Stigma and Compounding a Survivor's Grief Difficulties; Introduction; Findings on Stigmatization; Implications; References; 3: Drug-Overdose Deaths and Survivors' Grief: A Greatly Neglected Subject; Introduction; The Trajectory of Grief after Drug-Overdose Deaths
  • Methodological ConcernsMeasures; Type of Loss; Results; Stigma, Grief, and Mental Health Problem Behaviors; Controlling for Potential Confounding Variables; Discussion; Conclusion; References; 4: Differences in the Suicide Death Circumstances and How They May Affect a Survivor's Grief; Introduction; Measures of Interest; Finding the Body; Surprise at the Death; Prior Relationships; Suicide Method; Results; Interpreting Our Findings; References; 5: Grief Overload: The Impact of Multiple Losses, Only-Child Loss, and Multiple Stressor Events on Bereaved Parents; Sustaining Multiple Losses
  • Differences in Grief and Mental Health ProblemsLosing One's Only Child; Exploring Associations Between Other Potential Stressful Events and Parent Survivors' Grief; Summary and Conclusion; References; Section II: Forms of Bereavement Assistance and How They Help Survivors Cope; 6: Early Years After Loss: Survivors Get Help and Advance From Their Depths of Despair; Responses from our Survey Participants; Help-Seeking Activities of All Newly Bereaved Parents; What Helps Survivors the Most?; Type of Los and Diferences in Geting Help; How Did Our Respondents Use Diferent Healing Aids?
  • The Social Characteristics of Those Avoiding All Professional Health and Peer Help AltogetherSocial and Grief Characteristics of Those Using Suport Groups and Professional Counseling Help; Summing Up; References; 7: Later Years After Loss: Identifying the Postvention Needs of Survivors; Introduction; Investigating the Correlates of Grief and Psychological Difficulties Among Longer Term Bereaved Parents; Bereaved Parents' Use of Healing Aids in Later Years after Loss, Their Postvention Needs, and Examining Whether They Comprise an At-Risk Population; References
Control code
ocn802047936
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 338 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780826107473
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)802047936
Label
Devastating losses : how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs, William Feigelman [and others], (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Devastating Losses How Parents Cope With the Death of a Child to Suicide or Drugs; Advance Praise for Devastating Losses; Half Title; About the Author; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Losing Jesse and Making Sense of It, a Reflection by Bill Feigelman; Jesse Remembered; The Winding Path of Healing; The Research; References; 1: Theoretical Issues Guiding This Study and How the Data Were Collected; The Plan of This Book; Theoretical Issues Guiding This Research; Studying a More Approachable Question
  • Study Methods, Sample Characteristics, and MeasurementsQuantitative Data Sources and Methods; Characteristics of the Sample; Measurements; Additional Qualitative Data Sources; Thoughts on the Difficulties of Doing Traumatic-Loss Research; References; Section I: Factors Associated Withthe Loss Experience; 2: Suicide Stigma and Compounding a Survivor's Grief Difficulties; Introduction; Findings on Stigmatization; Implications; References; 3: Drug-Overdose Deaths and Survivors' Grief: A Greatly Neglected Subject; Introduction; The Trajectory of Grief after Drug-Overdose Deaths
  • Methodological ConcernsMeasures; Type of Loss; Results; Stigma, Grief, and Mental Health Problem Behaviors; Controlling for Potential Confounding Variables; Discussion; Conclusion; References; 4: Differences in the Suicide Death Circumstances and How They May Affect a Survivor's Grief; Introduction; Measures of Interest; Finding the Body; Surprise at the Death; Prior Relationships; Suicide Method; Results; Interpreting Our Findings; References; 5: Grief Overload: The Impact of Multiple Losses, Only-Child Loss, and Multiple Stressor Events on Bereaved Parents; Sustaining Multiple Losses
  • Differences in Grief and Mental Health ProblemsLosing One's Only Child; Exploring Associations Between Other Potential Stressful Events and Parent Survivors' Grief; Summary and Conclusion; References; Section II: Forms of Bereavement Assistance and How They Help Survivors Cope; 6: Early Years After Loss: Survivors Get Help and Advance From Their Depths of Despair; Responses from our Survey Participants; Help-Seeking Activities of All Newly Bereaved Parents; What Helps Survivors the Most?; Type of Los and Diferences in Geting Help; How Did Our Respondents Use Diferent Healing Aids?
  • The Social Characteristics of Those Avoiding All Professional Health and Peer Help AltogetherSocial and Grief Characteristics of Those Using Suport Groups and Professional Counseling Help; Summing Up; References; 7: Later Years After Loss: Identifying the Postvention Needs of Survivors; Introduction; Investigating the Correlates of Grief and Psychological Difficulties Among Longer Term Bereaved Parents; Bereaved Parents' Use of Healing Aids in Later Years after Loss, Their Postvention Needs, and Examining Whether They Comprise an At-Risk Population; References
Control code
ocn802047936
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 338 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780826107473
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)802047936

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