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Paperback Living with Grief : Children, Adolescents and Loss Book

ISBN: 1893349012

ISBN13: 9781893349018

Living with Grief : Children, Adolescents and Loss

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Living With Grief: Children, Adolescents, and Loss, (2000) edited by Kenneth J. Doka, features articles by leading educators and clinicians in the field of grief and bereavement. The chapters entitled "Voices" are the writings of children and adolescents. The book includes a comprehensive resource list of national organizations and a useful bibliography of age-appropriate literature for children and adolescents.

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Grief Review

I have not read this book all the way, but what I read has been very interesting and informative. I am getting ready to graduate this Spring and my major is Human Services, so I am trying to get information about all different types of situations. This book should help!

Living With Grief: Children, Adolescents

I am taking a course in the topic of Thanatology. Ken Doka,the editor, is well known in the field as are the authors of the articles in this book. It is a collection of writings that explore studies in the field of children and death as well as programs for high school students, teachers and counselors. I found it very helpful and easy to read.

An outstanding contribution to the field of grief counseling

Living With Grief: Children, Adolescents, And Loss draws upon a wide range of contributors to address the entire spectrum of issues relevant to the grieving process of bereaved children confronted with the loss of a loved one. Produced as a companion publication to the Hospice Foundation of America's seventh annual National Bereavement Teleconference, Living With Grief is a seminal, benchmark, highly recommended publication that will prove invaluable for students and practitioners of psychology and counseling, as well as health care personnel, school staff, and social workers charged with a responsibility for helping young people deal with catastrophic loss and the revelation of personal mortality.
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