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Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy

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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Share Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy: A Handbook for the Mental Health Practitioner, Fifth Edition
  • Introduction
    • Social Media and Online Resources
    • What Is the Nature of Complicated Bereavement?
    • Disenfranchised Grief
    • Continuing Bonds
    • Meaning Making
    • Resilience
    • Trauma and Grief
    • Some Concluding Thoughts
    • References
  • 1. Attachment, Loss, and the Experience of Grief
    • Attachment Theory
    • Is Grief a Disease?
    • Normal Grief
      • Feelings
      • Physical Sensations
      • Cognitions
      • Behaviors
    • Grief and Depression
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 2. Understanding the Mourning Process
    • Tasks of Mourning
      • Task I: To Accept the Reality of the Loss
      • Task II: To Process the Pain of Grief
      • Task III: To Adjust to a World Without the Deceased
      • Task IV: To Find a Way to Remember the Deceased While Embarking on the Rest of One’s Journey Through Life
    • Some Alternate Models to Consider
      • Therese Rando’s Six “R” Model of Mourning
      • Simon Rubin’s Two Track Model of Mourning
      • Stroebe and Colleagues’ Dual Process Model
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 3. The Mourning Process: Mediators of Mourning
    • Mediator 1: Kinship: Who Died?
    • Mediator 2: The Nature of the Attachment
    • Mediator 3: How the Person Died
      • Proximity
      • Suddenness or Unexpectedness
      • Violent/Traumatic Deaths
      • Multiple Losses
      • Preventable Deaths
      • Ambiguous Deaths
      • Stigmatized Deaths
    • Mediator 4: Historical Antecedents
    • Mediator 5: Personality Variables
      • Age and Gender
      • Coping Style
      • Attachment Style
      • Cognitive Style
      • Ego Strength: Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy
      • Assumptive World: Beliefs and Values
    • Mediator 6: Social Variables
    • Mediator 7: Concurrent Losses and Stresses
    • Caution: Mourning Behavior is Multidetermined
    • When is Mourning Finished?
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 4. Grief Counseling: Facilitating Uncomplicated Grief
    • Goals of Grief Counseling
      • Who Does Grief Counseling?
      • When to Do Grief Counseling
      • Where Should Grief Counseling Be Done?
      • Who Receives Grief Counseling?
    • Identifying the At-Risk Bereaved
    • Counseling Principles and Procedures
      • Principle 1: Help the Survivor Actualize the Loss
      • Principle 2: Help the Survivor to Identify and Experience Feelings
      • Principle 3: Assist Living Without the Deceased
      • Principle 4: Help Find Meaning in the Loss
      • Principle 5: Help Find Ways to Remember the Deceased
      • Principle 6: Provide Time to Grieve
      • Principle 7: Interpret Normal Behavior
      • Principle 8: Allow for Individual Differences
      • Principle 9: Examine Defenses and Coping Styles
      • Principle 10: Identify Pathology and Refer
    • Useful Techniques
      • Evocative Language
      • Use of Symbols
      • Writing
      • Drawing
      • Role-Playing
      • Cognitive Restructuring
      • Memory Books
      • Directed Imagery
      • Metaphors
    • The Use of Medication
    • Grief Counseling in Groups
      • Choose a Group Format
      • Prescreen Participants
      • Define Expectations
      • Establish Ground Rules
      • Determine Leadership Approach
      • Understand Interpersonal Dynamics
      • Handle Disruptive Behaviors Effectively
    • Facilitating Grief Through Funeral Rituals
    • Does Grief Counseling Work?
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 5. Abnormal Grief Reactions: Complicated Mourning
    • Why People Fail to Grieve
      • Relational Factors
      • Circumstantial Factors
      • Historical Factors
      • Personality Factors
      • Social Factors
    • How Grief Goes Wrong
    • An Emerging Diagnosis of Complicated Grief
    • An Existing Model of Complicated Mourning
      • Chronic Grief Reactions
      • Delayed Grief Reactions
      • Exaggerated Grief Reactions
      • Masked Grief Reactions
    • Diagnosing Complicated Mourning
      • Clue 1
      • Clue 2
      • Clue 3
      • Clue 4
      • Clue 5
      • Clue 6
      • Clue 7
      • Clue 8
      • Clue 9
      • Clue 10
      • Clue 11
      • Clue 12
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 6. Grief Therapy: Resolving Complicated Mourning
    • Goals and Settings of Grief Therapy
    • Procedures for Grief Therapy
      • Rule Out Physical Disease
      • Set Up the Contract and Establish an Alliance
      • Revive Memories of the Deceased
      • Assess the Mourning Tasks With Which the Patient Is Struggling
      • Deal With Affect or Lack of Affect Stimulated by Memories
      • Explore and Defuse Linking Objects
      • Help the Patient Acknowledge the Finality of the Loss
      • Help the Patient Design a New Life Without the Deceased
      • Assess and Help the Patient Improve Social Relationships
      • Help the Patient Deal With the Fantasy of Ending Grieving
    • Special Considerations for Grief Therapy
    • Techniques and Timing
    • Dreams in Grief Counseling and Therapy
    • Some Considerations
    • Evaluating Results
      • Subjective Experience
      • Behavioral Changes
      • Symptom Relief
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 7. Grieving Special Types of Losses
    • Suicide
    • Counseling Survivors of Suicide Victims
      • Reality Test the Guilt and Blame
      • Correct Denial and Distortions
      • Explore Fantasies of the Future
      • Work With Anger
      • Reality Test the Sense of Abandonment
      • Help Them in Their Quest to Find Meaning in the Death
    • Sudden Death—Violent Deaths
    • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
    • Miscarriages
    • Stillbirths
    • Abortion
    • Anticipatory Grief
    • HIV/AIDS
      • Contagion
      • Stigma
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 8. Grief and Family Systems
    • Death of a Child
    • Grief of Grandparents
    • Children Whose Parents Die
    • Family Intervention Approaches
    • Grief and the Elderly
      • Interdependence
      • Multiple Losses
      • Personal Death Awareness
      • Loneliness
      • Role Adjustment
      • Support Groups
      • Touch
      • Reminiscing
      • Discussing Relocation
      • Skill Building
    • Family Versus Individual Needs
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 9. The Counselor’s Own Grief
    • History of Loss
    • Stress and Burnout
    • For Reflection and Discussion
    • References
  • 10. Training for Grief Counseling
  • Index

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Vörumerki: Springer Nature
Vörunúmer: 9780826134752
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Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy

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Vörunúmer: 9780826134752
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