The Many Faces of Bereavement explores the development and specifications of traditional models of grieving, with particular emphasis on the relationship, age, and personal characteristics of the mourner. In addition, the volume provides a framework of symptomatology for nontraumatic, nonstigmatic deaths for the purpose of comparative study.
The book opens with a comprehensive overview of the traditional models of grief, with special attention given to the treatment of parental grief and the grief response of the elderly following the death of a spouse.
Other chapters cover suggested typologies for traumatized and stigmatized processes of grief that are specific to the mode of death, including murder, drunk driving fatalities, community disasters, suicide, and AIDS-related deaths. Finally, the authors draw on their own personal experiences to present a summation of treatment strategies and considerations for working with bereaved patients.
"Overviews the traditional models of grief, emphasizing the treatment of parental grief and the grief response of the elderly following the death of a spouse. Details suggested typologies and treatment strategies for traumatized and stigmatized processes of grief that are specific to the mode of death, such as murder, drunk driving fatalities, disasters, suicide, and AIDS-related deaths. Includes a list of telephone numbers of organizations for survivors and victims.." -Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
|A Theoretical Overview of Traditional Models of Grief||p. 3|
|The Grief Response Following Spousal Death, with an Emphasis on the Elderly||p. 12|
|Parental Grief||p. 26|
|The Treatment of Spousal and Parental Grief||p. 40|
|A Theoretical Overview of Traumatic Grief||p. 55|
|The Process of Grief Following a Murder||p. 65|
|The Process of Grief Following a Drunk Driving Fatality||p. 86|
|The Process of Grief Following a Death from a Community Disaster or Critical Incident||p. 99|
|The Treatment of Traumatic Grief||p. 118|
|A Theoretical Overview of Stigmatized Grief||p. 139|
|The Process of Grief After an AIDS-Related Death||p. 145|
|The Grief Response Following Suicide||p. 158|
|The Treatment of Stigmatized Grief||p. 170|
|Conclusion: The Many Faces of Bereavement||p. 181|
|Appendix: Organizations for Survivors and Victims||p. 185|
|Name Index||p. 197|
|Subject Index||p. 201|
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Number Of Pages: 205
Published: 1st July 1995
Publisher: BRUNNER MAZEL INC
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.1 x 17.07 x 1.88
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1