Chapter 15: Grief Counseling with Families: Meaning Making in the Family During the Dying Process

Kathleen Gilbert begins her chapter by asking, “What role does family play in making meaning during the dying process?” In her interrogations, several familial characteristics are noted as integral: intimacy, commitment, continuing engagement, and a prior history of meaning making. With an eye on these characteristics, she follows the dying process—before, during, and after—and comes to several penetrating conclusions regarding clinical care of the grieving family.

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