Counselling for Grief and BereavementBook - 1996
`The book provides an absorbing and challenging journey through the possible process involved in bereavement work, and encourages one to think broadly about how one can approach a bereaved person... good, clear examples are given... A further strength of the book is that it enables the reader to work clearly through the beginning, middle and end of the counselling relationship... this was a book I enjoyed reading very much, and which I found both theoretically sound and practically helpful' - Bereavement Care (Cruse)
Geraldine Humphrey and David Zimpfer take readers step-by-step through the counselling skills they need to work with their clients in a way which sensitively facilitates the process of grief, init
A guide for bereavement counselors, detailing skills needed for facilitating the grief process and initiating healing. Chapters on loss and grief, assessment, family grief, group counseling, anticipatory grief, special issues such as murder and the early loss of a child, and outreach in the community contain case examples, and emphasize ethics and the need for referral. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.