Supporting People through Loss and Grief
What are the different theories of grief? What skills do you need for effective counselling? How can you support people experiencing loss and grief?
This handbook provides a comprehensive guide to counselling and supporting people experiencing loss and grief. It introduces the different models and theories of grief, how theory relates to practice and what the essential skills are, and how to work with people in practice. Working with families, understanding diversity and assessing clients are all covered, as well as a chapter on personal and professional development. Case studies and real life examples demonstrate skills in action, and each chapter concludes with notes for trainers.
This essential guide will help all those working with people suffering loss and grief to understand grief and how to help. Counsellors, bereavement support volunteers, palliative care nurses, hospice volunteers and students in these fields will all find this an invaluable resource. It can be used as a training guide as well as a resource for individuals, both as a learning tool and for continuing professional development.
- 2014 John Wilson
- Book Quality:
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers
- Date of Addition:
- Nonfiction, Psychology,
- Usage Restrictions:
- This is a copyrighted book.
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