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Author Lloyd, Caroline A., author

Title Grief demystified : an introduction / Caroline Lloyd
Published London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, [2018]
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Contents What is grief? -- What do you say to the bereaved? -- What is the best way to grieve? -- Is grief 'traumatic' or a mental health problem? -- How do you support the bereaved? -- Conclusion
Summary Being able to offer support to the bereaved is an important part of many frontline professions, such as nurses, teachers, funeral directors and anything in between. Yet very little theoretical information about grief has filtered down into mainstream knowledge, and what has is often misinterpreted. Giving an accessible introduction to modern day grief theory, this book is the perfect guide to grief for the lay reader, or griever curious to how their grief works. Debunking commonly believed myths with information on how grief can vary from person to person, advice on communicating with the bereaved and details on the different kinds of grief, this book is an essential read for anyone working with the bereaved
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Subject Bereavement.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2017040463
ISBN 1784506249 (electronic bk.)
9781784506247 (electronic bk.)