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Violent death : resilience and intervention beyond the crisis

Author: Edward K Rynearson
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2006.
Series: Routledge psychosocial stress series, [33]
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Talks about the theory and practice of clinical, spiritual, and emotional support after the experience of violent death. This book provides the theoretical and clinical bases necessary for planning  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward K Rynearson
ISBN: 0415953235 9780415953238
OCLC Number: 636650586
Notes: Companion DVD-ROM featuring clinical interviews.
Description: 389 S + 1 DVD-ROM.
Contents: Restorative and Clinical Essentials. Raphael, Stevens, Dunsmore, Clinical Theories of Loss and Grief. Bonanno, Grief, Trauma, and Resilience. Salloum, Rynearson, Family Resilience After Violent Death. Lord, Spiritual Essentials. Currier, Neimeyer, Fragmented Stories. Armour, Meaning Making for Survivors of Violent Death. Chefetz, Considering Medication Use in the Wake of Traumatic Experience. Restorative and Clinical Interventions. Ochberg, Exorcising Ghosts. Shear, Gorscak, Simon, Treatment of Complicated Grief Following Violent Death. Murphy, Evidence-based Interventions for Parents Following Their Children's Violent Deaths. Rynearson, Correa, Favell, Saindon, Prigerson, Restorative Retelling After Violent Dying. Malkinson, Geron, Intervention Continuity in Posttraffic Fatality. Davies, Salloum, What About the Very Young Child? Cohen, Mannarino, Treating Childhood Traumatic Grief. Rynearson, Favell, Belluomini, Gold, Prigerson, Restorative Retelling with Incarcerated Juveniles. Community Outreach and Intervention After Disaster and Warfare. Benedek, Ursano, Mass Violent Death and Military Communities. Allen, Tucker, Pfefferbaum, Community Outreach Following a Terrorist Act. Shahani, Trish, Healing After September 11. Rasras, Mitwalli, Sehwail, Group Therapy for Palestinian Family Members After Violent Death. Rynearson, Closing Thoughts.
Series Title: Routledge psychosocial stress series, [33]
Responsibility: ed. by Edward K. Rynearson.
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