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Chapter 21: Counseling Adolescents

David Crenshaw begins his chapter on counseling adolescents with an affirmation that adolescents are resilient and a reminder that interventions ought to be targeted rather than generalized. While adolescents need grief support, not every adolescent need grief counseling. His chapter integrates current thinking on grief and bereavement such as continuing bonds, attachment theory, disenfranchised grief, and neuroscience, with interventive strategies for counseling adolescents. Crenshaw notes how current neuroscience emphasizes the value of expressive approaches such as drawing, singing, or dancing.

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