Grief as a Family Process: A Developmental Approach to Clinical Practice

Grief as a Family Process: A Developmental Approach to Clinical Practice

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BooksPsychologyPsychotherapyCouples & Family

ISBN: 0898621968 / Publisher: The Guilford Press, August 1994

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Drawing on sources that include developmental psychology, psychoanalytic and family systems theory, and cultural anthropology, extends and integrates these approaches into a systemic developmental model that emphasizes the ways grief can enhance the emotional growth of the family system. The model presented views grief as a natural process through which a therapist can help families live, and even grow. Using examples from a wide variety of cultural traditions, argues for a form of attachment to, instead of detachment from, the deceased family member to sustain and enhance family development. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or. Read More
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