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Principles and Practice of Grief Counseling, Second Edition.

Author: Howard R PhD Winokuer; Darcy L PhD FT Harris
Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2015. 2015
Series: PSY010000.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd ed
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This core, introductory textbook for undergraduate and graduate-level courses is the first to combine the knowledge and skills of counseling psychology with current theory and research in grief and bereavement. The second edition has been updated to reflect important new research and changes in the field, including insights on complicated grief, resilience after adverse life experiences, and compassion-based  Read more...
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Winokuer, Howard R., PhD.
Principles and Practice of Grief Counseling, Second Edition.
New York : Springer Publishing Company, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Howard R PhD Winokuer; Darcy L PhD FT Harris
ISBN: 9780826171849 0826171842
OCLC Number: 966300127
Description: 1 online resource (285 pages).
Contents: Cover --
Title --
Copyright --
Contents --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Share Principles and Practice of Grief Counseling: Second Edition --
Part I: Theoretical Underpinnings --
Chapter 1: Thoughts About Counseling --
What is Counseling? --
Misconceptions About Counseling --
The Therapeutic Relationship --
Grief Counseling --
Goals of Counseling --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 2: Unique Aspects of Grief Counseling --
Grief and the Assumptive World --
Coming to Terms with Change and Loss --
Understanding Bereavement Theory in Counseling Practice --
Who Benefits from Grief Counseling? --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 3: Theories and Orientation to Bereavement --
Definitions and Analogies --
Attachment and the Grief Response --
The Dual Process Model of Grief --
Two-Track Model and the Continuing Bonds Theory --
Stages, Phases, and Tasks --
Meaning Reconstruction and Growth --
Posttraumatic Growth and Resilience --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 4: The Social Context of Loss --
Social Spheres and Individual Experience --
What is Normal? --
Case Study --
Impact of Social Rules and Norms --
Implications for Grief Counselors --
Conclusion --
References --
Part II: Practice and Process --
Chapter 5: The Practice of Presence --
"Being With" --
Cultivating Presence --
Practice of Awareness and Presence --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 6: The Basics of Counseling Practice --
Setting Up the Groundwork --
Attending Skills --
Observation and Tracking Skills --
Appropriate Use of Questions --
Empathy --
Encouraging, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing --
Immediacy --
Self-Disclosure --
Honoring Resistance --
Getting Started-The First Session --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 7: Working With Bereaved Individuals --
What is Normal? --
What May Help-Practical Suggestions --
Conclusion --
References. Chapter 8: Living Losses: Nonfinite Loss, Ambiguous Loss, and Chronic Sorrow --
The Assumptive World and Loss --
Nonfinite Loss and Chronic Sorrow --
Ambiguous Loss --
Living Losses --
Implications for Counseling --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 9: Working With Emotions-Yours and Theirs --
Thinking Critically About Feelings --
Functional Feelings --
Emotional Intelligence --
Working with Different Emotions --
Suggestions for Specific Emotions --
What About the Counselor's Feelings? --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 10: When Grief Goes Awry --
What is Complicated Grief? --
Overlaps Between Grief and Trauma --
Overlaps Between Grief and Depression --
Suicide Bereavement --
Bereavement by Homicide --
Clinical Implications for Complicated and Traumatic Grief --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 11: The Clinician's Toolbox: Therapeutic Modalities and Techniques in the Context of Grief --
Rituals and Linking Objects --
Writing and Narrative as Therapy --
Energy-Based Therapies ("Power Therapies") --
Use of Personality and Temperament Inventories --
Mindfulness-Based Interventions --
The Internal Family System Model (submitted by Derek Scott, RSW) --
Sandtray Work --
Group Work --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 12: Ethical Issues in Grief Counseling Practice --
Counselor Issues --
Issues Related to the Therapeutic Relationship --
Competence in Grief Counseling --
Conclusion --
References --
Part III: Current Issues and Trends --
Chapter 13: Caregiver Issues for Grief Counselors --
Sources of Occupational Stress --
Specific Manifestations of Occupational Stress --
Self-Care as a Professional Competency --
Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 14: Current Issues and Trends for Grief Counselors --
Acknowledge Innate Resilience Offer Appropriate Support --
Currency and Competency --
The Neurobiology of Grief. Recognition of Diversity Within Grief and Grief Counseling --
Technology and Grief Counseling --
Conclusion --
References --
Afterword --
Next Steps --
Reference --
Appendix: Case Studies --
Case Study 1: Susan --
Case Study 2: Janice --
Case Study 3: Barbara and John --
Case Study 4: Andy --
Case Study 5: Betty --
Case Study 6: Michael --
Case Study 7: Janet --
Case Study 8: Angela --
Case Study 9: Rebecca --
Case Study 10: Karen and Doug --
Index.
Series Title: PSY010000.

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