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  1. Suicidal Behaviour

    Underlying dynamics

    Edited by Updesh Kumar

    Suicidal Behaviour: Underlying dynamics is a wide ranging collection of articles that builds upon an earlier volume by the same editor (Suicidal Behaviour: Assessment of people-at-risk, 2010) and delves deeper into the dynamics of suicide by synthesizing significant psychological and...

    Published November 17th 2014 by Routledge

  2. Coping With Loss

    By Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Judith Larson, Judith M. Larson

    Coping With Loss describes the many ways in which people cope with the death of someone they love. Most earlier books on bereavement have fallen into two categories: distillations of the clinical experience of individual therapists or collections of chapters reporting the results of empirical...

    Published September 11th 2014 by Routledge

  3. The Price of Love

    The selected works of Colin Murray Parkes

    By Colin Murray Parkes

    Series: World Library of Mental Health

    In the course of a long career Colin Murray Parkes, one of the most important and influential psychiatrists working in the field of bereavement and loss, has produced a body of work which can be considered truly ground-breaking. His early studies involved working alongside John Bowlby in the...

    Published July 24th 2014 by Routledge

  4. Natural Burial

    Landscape, Practice and Experience

    By Andy Clayden, Trish Green, Jenny Hockey, Mark Powell

    This book unravels the many different experiences, meanings and realities of natural burial. Twenty years after the first natural burial ground opened there is an opportunity to reflect on how a concept for a very different approach to caring for our dead has become a reality: new providers, new...

    Published July 21st 2014 by Routledge

  5. Aspects of Grief (Psychology Revivals)

    Bereavement in Adult Life

    By Jane Littlewood

    Series: Psychology Revivals

    How do bereaved people come to terms with their loss? What factors are important in successful coping? The death of a loved one is one of the most painful experiences that we have to encounter. If the loved one is a child or partner the experience can be especially devastating. How do we cope? Do...

    Published July 17th 2014 by Routledge

  6. Death and Dying in Contemporary Japan

    Edited by Hikaru Suzuki

    Series: Japan Anthropology Workshop Series

    This book, based on extensive original research, explores the various ways in which Japanese people think about death and how they approach the process of dying and death. It shows how new forms of funeral ceremonies have been developed by the funeral industry, how traditional grave burial is being...

    Published July 4th 2014 by Routledge

  7. Dealing with Dying, Death, and Grief during Adolescence

    By David E. Balk

    Series: Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement

    For some, life’s introduction to death and grief comes early, and when it does it can take many forms. Not only does Dealing with Dying, Death, and Grief during Adolescence tackle them all, it does so with David Balk’s remarkable sensitivity to and deep knowledge of the pressures and opportunities...

    Published February 25th 2014 by Routledge

  8. Using Trauma-Focused Therapy Stories

    Interventions for Therapists, Children, and Their Caregivers

    By Pat Pernicano

    Using Trauma-Focused Therapy Stories is a groundbreaking treatment resource for trauma-informed therapists who work with abused and neglected children ages nine years and older as well as their caregivers. The therapy stories are perfect accompaniments to evidence-based treatment approaches and...

    Published January 28th 2014 by Routledge

  9. Bereavement Care for Families

    Edited by David W. Kissane, Francine Parnes

    Series: Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement

    Grief is a family affair. When a loved one dies, the distress reverberates throughout the immediate and extended family. Family therapy has long attended to issues of loss and grief, yet not as the dominant therapeutic paradigm. Bereavement Care for Families changes that: it is a practical resource...

    Published January 16th 2014 by Routledge

  10. Grief and the Expressive Arts

    Practices for Creating Meaning

    Edited by Barbara E. Thompson, Robert A. Neimeyer

    Series: Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement

    The use of the arts in psychotherapy is a burgeoning area of interest, particularly in the field of bereavement, where it is a staple intervention in hospice programs, children’s grief camps, specialized programs for trauma or combat exposure, work with bereaved parents, widowed elders or suicide...

    Published January 16th 2014 by Routledge