Living With Grief®: After Sudden Loss (DVD) addresses the intensity of grief and lack of preparation of sudden death as we deal with losses like those that occur from suicide, homicide, accidents, heart attack, or stroke.
The accompanying book (ISBN: 1-56032-578-X) discusses the intense and complicated reactions surrounding sudden deaths, and how professionals can best address the needs of those grieving the loss of a loved one unexpectedly.
Living With Grief®: After Sudden Loss grapples with the intense and complicated reactions surrounding sudden deaths and losses associated with accidents, suicide, homicide, heart attack, and stroke. In this 2 hour, 30-minute discussion, a panel of experts in the fields of grief and bereavement discuss the complicated reactions and needs of those who are mourning a loss and caregivers who work with them.
Kenneth J. Doka, PhD
Charles M. Figley, PhD
Janice Harris Lord, MSSW
Patricia Murphy, RN, PhD, FAAN
Therese A. Rando, PhD.
The companion book to this installment of the 1996 Living With Grief® series features similar topics, discussing intense and complicated reactions surrounding sudden death and losses associated with accidents, suicide, homicide, heart attack, and stroke. As the intensity of these losses redefines the way an individual grieves, the expert insights provided in each chapter are valuable to readers and professionals. Featuring chapters by Janice Harris Lord, Terry Martin, and Kenneth Doka. Doka, K.J. (Ed) (1996) Washington, DC, Hospice Foundation of America, 261 pp. This book is indexed.
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