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  1. Katie's Diary

    Unlocking the Mystery of a Suicide

    Edited by David Lester

    Series: Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement

    Katie's Diary is a unique analysis of the diary left behind by a young woman who has committed suicide. As compared to suicide notes, which are typically brief, Katie's diary consists of five separate books, an opportunity to look into the mind of a suicide from a source of data that is...

    Published October 27th 2003 by Routledge

  2. Wrapped in Mourning

    The Gift of Life and Donor Family Trauma

    By Sue Holtkamp

    Series: Series in Trauma and Loss

    Based on 15 years of experience working with organ procurement organizations and donor families, Wrapped in Mourning addresses the heretofore unexplored subject of organ donor family trauma. This book covers the issues surrounding organ donation, including the history of organ transplantation, how...

    Published December 14th 2001 by Routledge

  3. Negotiating a Good Death

    Euthanasia in the Netherlands, 2nd Edition

    By Joan K Parry, Carlton Munson

    Social Work Theory and Practice with the Terminally Ill, second edition, takes a compassionate look at ways that social workers can help dying people and their families. The social workers who work most effectively with terminally ill patients and their families are the ones who best understand the...

    Published December 1st 2000 by Routledge

  4. Grief Education for Caregivers of the Elderly

    By Harold G Koenig, Junietta B Mccall

    Through firsthand accounts and research, Grief Education for Caregivers of the Elderly focuses on the education, training, and support of individuals who care for the elderly. This book provides caregivers with methods to cope with grief and loss and will help educators design programs that meet...

    Published November 6th 2000 by Routledge

  5. The Hospice Heritage

    Celebrating Our Future

    By Inge B. Corless, Zelda Foster

    Through The Hospice Heritage: Celebrating Our Future, physicians, nurses, social workers, and clergy will find unique examples to give patients the attention, care, and understanding they need at that time in their life. Since 80 of people who die do so without the support of a hospice program,...

    Published November 23rd 1999 by Routledge

  6. Bereavement Support Group Program for Children

    Leader Manual and Participant Workbook, 2nd Edition

    By Beth Haasl, Jean Marnocha

    First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published November 1st 1999 by Taylor & Francis

  7. Bereavement Support Group Program for Children

    Participant Workbook

    By Beth Haasl, Jean Marnocha

    The workbook fosters participant interaction, with worksheets for each activity that require written comments and drawings. Also contains updated bibliography for each session. It encourages sharing among group members, and communication with parents or guardians....

    Published November 1st 1999 by Taylor & Francis

  8. Losses in Later Life

    A New Way of Walking with God, Second Edition

    By Richard L Dayringer, R Scott Sullender

    Achieve faith and understanding when dealing with the loss of a loved one or a major change in your life!Losses in Later Life: A New Way Of Walking with God, Second Edition, focuses on seven major losses: loss of youth, loss of family, loss of parents, loss of work, loss of spouse, loss of health,...

    Published June 23rd 1999 by Routledge

  9. Pet Loss and Human Emotion, second edition

    A Guide to Recovery

    By Cheri Barton Ross, Jane Baron-Sorensen

    This updated edition of Pet Loss and Human Emotion is a step-by-step guide to leading clients through this special kind of grief. Includes resources and a section on pet loss and natural disasters. As society accepts that grieving over the death of a loved one is not only normal, but healthy and...

    Published May 1st 1998 by Taylor & Francis

  10. Gay Widowers

    Life After the Death of a Partner

    By Michael Shernoff

    A recent gay widower may find that once the shock and initial confusion of losing his partner is overcome, there are still many hard, lonely, and overwhelming stages of grief to be worked through. Often, the bereaved feels isolated, and looking around for comfort, realizes that he doesn’t have many...

    Published November 5th 1997 by Routledge