Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Grief therapy; Children -- Death -- Psychological aspects;
The loss of a loved one is a tragedy disproportionate from any other for many people. Most individuals experience the pain from losing someone very important to them during their lifetimes. Because of the large number of people it affects, the intensity of the loss experience, and the systematic variations with which its consequences are distributed across populations, bereavement has far-reaching implications (Stroebe, Stroebe, & Hansson, 1993). Due to this inevitable fact, many mental health care professionals have shown an increased interest in death and dying issues over the past 20 years (McClowry, Davies, May, Kulenkamp, & Martinson, 1987; Rando, 1986; Wright, 1992).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
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©1994 Tracey R. Bishop
Bishop, Tracey R., "Therapeutic implications of parental bereavement" (1994). Graduate Research Papers. 2063.