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The Resource Grief and bereavement in contemporary society : bridging research and practice, edited by Robert A. Neimeyer ... [et al.]

Grief and bereavement in contemporary society : bridging research and practice, edited by Robert A. Neimeyer ... [et al.]

Label
Grief and bereavement in contemporary society : bridging research and practice
Title
Grief and bereavement in contemporary society
Title remainder
bridging research and practice
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert A. Neimeyer ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1954-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Neimeyer, Robert A.
Series statement
The series in death, dying, and bereavement
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bereavement
  • Death
  • Grief
Label
Grief and bereavement in contemporary society : bridging research and practice, edited by Robert A. Neimeyer ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • The two-track model of bereavement : the double helix of research and clinical practice
  • Simon Shimshon Rubin, Ruth Malkinson, and Eliezer Witztum
  • A task-based approach for counseling the bereaved
  • J. William Worden and Howard R. Winokuer
  • The influence of gender and socialization on grieving styles
  • Terry L. Martin and Kenneth J. Doka
  • Spousal bereavement in later life
  • Deborah Carr and John Shep Jeffreys
  • Parenting challenges after the death of a child
  • Jennifer L. Buckle and Stephen J. Fleming
  • Introduction: The historical landscape of loss : development of bereavement studies
  • Bereavement in children and adults following the death of a sibling
  • Brenda Marshall and Betty Davies
  • Bridging the gap : translating a research-based program into an agency-based service for bereaved children and families
  • Tim S. Ayers, C. Caryn Kondo, and Irwin N. Sandler
  • Treating complicated grief : converging approaches
  • Katherine Shear, Paul A. Boelen, and Robert A. Neimeyer
  • Grief in the midst of ambiguity and uncertainty : an exploration of ambiguous loss and chronic sorrow
  • Pauline Boss, Susan Roos, and Darcy Harris
  • Restorative retelling : revising the narrative of violent death
  • Edward J. Rynearson and Alison Salloum
  • Colin Murray Parkes
  • Bereavement and disasters : research and clinical intervention
  • Pål Kristensen and Maria-Helena Franco
  • Grief after terrorism : toward a family-focused intervention
  • Grace H. Christ, Dianne Kane, and Heidi Horsley
  • Is suicide bereavement different? perspectives from research and practice
  • John R. Jordan and John L. Mcintosh
  • Giving voice to nonfinite loss and grief in bereavement
  • Cynthia L. Schultz and Darcy L. Harris
  • Grief in GLBT populations: focus on gay and lesbian youth
  • Linda Goldman and Vincent M. Livotti
  • Meaning reconstruction in bereavement : from principles to practice
  • Traumatic death in the United States military: initiating the dialogue on war-related loss
  • Jill Harrington -LaMorie and Meghan E. McDevitt-Murphy
  • Pet loss: the interface of continuing bonds research and practice
  • Better J. Carmack and Wendy Packman
  • Family therapy for the bereaved
  • David W. Kissane and An Hooghe
  • Grief and expressive arts therapy
  • Barbara E. Thompson and Joy S. Berger
  • Bereavement rituals and the creation of legacy
  • Laura Lewis and William G. Hoy
  • Robert A. Neimeyer and Diana C. Sands
  • Bereavement services provided under the Hospice model of care
  • Stephen R. Connor and Barbara Monroe
  • Culture and ethnicity in experiencing, policing and handling grief
  • Dennis Klass and Amy Yin Man Chow
  • Religion and spirituality in adjusting to bereavement: grief as burden, grief as gift
  • Crystal L. Park and Roshi Joan Halifax
  • Technology and grief support in the twenty-first century: a multimedia platform
  • Kathleen R. Gilbert and Gloria C. Horsley
  • "The remedy is not working": seeking socially just and culturally conscientious practices in bereavement
  • Valarie Molaison, Tashel C. Bordere, and Kathleen Fowler
  • Attachment and coping with bereavement : implications for therapeutic interventions with the insecurely attached
  • Grief dimensions associated with hastened death: clinical and ethical implications
  • Louis A. Gamino and Clint Moore III
  • Building bridges in bereavement research and practice: some concluding reflections
  • Robert A. Neimeyer and Darcy L. Harris
  • Emmanuelle Zech and Carrie Arnold
  • The changing bond in therapy for unresolved loss : an attachment theory perspective
  • Nigel P. Field and Carol Wogrin
Control code
ocn617637683
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxx, 422 p.
Isbn
9780415884815
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010044381
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)617637683
Label
Grief and bereavement in contemporary society : bridging research and practice, edited by Robert A. Neimeyer ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • The two-track model of bereavement : the double helix of research and clinical practice
  • Simon Shimshon Rubin, Ruth Malkinson, and Eliezer Witztum
  • A task-based approach for counseling the bereaved
  • J. William Worden and Howard R. Winokuer
  • The influence of gender and socialization on grieving styles
  • Terry L. Martin and Kenneth J. Doka
  • Spousal bereavement in later life
  • Deborah Carr and John Shep Jeffreys
  • Parenting challenges after the death of a child
  • Jennifer L. Buckle and Stephen J. Fleming
  • Introduction: The historical landscape of loss : development of bereavement studies
  • Bereavement in children and adults following the death of a sibling
  • Brenda Marshall and Betty Davies
  • Bridging the gap : translating a research-based program into an agency-based service for bereaved children and families
  • Tim S. Ayers, C. Caryn Kondo, and Irwin N. Sandler
  • Treating complicated grief : converging approaches
  • Katherine Shear, Paul A. Boelen, and Robert A. Neimeyer
  • Grief in the midst of ambiguity and uncertainty : an exploration of ambiguous loss and chronic sorrow
  • Pauline Boss, Susan Roos, and Darcy Harris
  • Restorative retelling : revising the narrative of violent death
  • Edward J. Rynearson and Alison Salloum
  • Colin Murray Parkes
  • Bereavement and disasters : research and clinical intervention
  • Pål Kristensen and Maria-Helena Franco
  • Grief after terrorism : toward a family-focused intervention
  • Grace H. Christ, Dianne Kane, and Heidi Horsley
  • Is suicide bereavement different? perspectives from research and practice
  • John R. Jordan and John L. Mcintosh
  • Giving voice to nonfinite loss and grief in bereavement
  • Cynthia L. Schultz and Darcy L. Harris
  • Grief in GLBT populations: focus on gay and lesbian youth
  • Linda Goldman and Vincent M. Livotti
  • Meaning reconstruction in bereavement : from principles to practice
  • Traumatic death in the United States military: initiating the dialogue on war-related loss
  • Jill Harrington -LaMorie and Meghan E. McDevitt-Murphy
  • Pet loss: the interface of continuing bonds research and practice
  • Better J. Carmack and Wendy Packman
  • Family therapy for the bereaved
  • David W. Kissane and An Hooghe
  • Grief and expressive arts therapy
  • Barbara E. Thompson and Joy S. Berger
  • Bereavement rituals and the creation of legacy
  • Laura Lewis and William G. Hoy
  • Robert A. Neimeyer and Diana C. Sands
  • Bereavement services provided under the Hospice model of care
  • Stephen R. Connor and Barbara Monroe
  • Culture and ethnicity in experiencing, policing and handling grief
  • Dennis Klass and Amy Yin Man Chow
  • Religion and spirituality in adjusting to bereavement: grief as burden, grief as gift
  • Crystal L. Park and Roshi Joan Halifax
  • Technology and grief support in the twenty-first century: a multimedia platform
  • Kathleen R. Gilbert and Gloria C. Horsley
  • "The remedy is not working": seeking socially just and culturally conscientious practices in bereavement
  • Valarie Molaison, Tashel C. Bordere, and Kathleen Fowler
  • Attachment and coping with bereavement : implications for therapeutic interventions with the insecurely attached
  • Grief dimensions associated with hastened death: clinical and ethical implications
  • Louis A. Gamino and Clint Moore III
  • Building bridges in bereavement research and practice: some concluding reflections
  • Robert A. Neimeyer and Darcy L. Harris
  • Emmanuelle Zech and Carrie Arnold
  • The changing bond in therapy for unresolved loss : an attachment theory perspective
  • Nigel P. Field and Carol Wogrin
Control code
ocn617637683
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxx, 422 p.
Isbn
9780415884815
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010044381
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)617637683

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