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Perspectives on Loss and Trauma: Assaults on the Self

Perspectives on Loss and Trauma: Assaults on the Self

ISBN 9780761921615
Edition 1
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Publisher SAGE Publications, Inc
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Overview
Written by a key founder in the field of loss and trauma, this book takes a broad perspective. It reviews theory and research on a sampling of loss and trauma phenomena that include losses due to the death of close others, divorce and dissolution, losses due to disease processes and injuries, losses due to unemployment and homelessness, war and violence, and the Holocaust and genocide. The book also discusses relevant therapy approaches and emphasizes a story-telling approach to coping with major loss. Focusing on many of the most challenging types of human loss and trauma, the book contains scores of stories of people confronting stress and of the courage displayed by so many in the face of profound loss in their personal lives. READERSHIPSProfessionals (including counsellors and grief therapists), teachers and the general reader. CONTENTS Introduction to the Study of Loss and Trauma Loosing Loved Ones to Death Dissolution and Divorce Loss Due to Illness and Injury Unemployment and Homelessness Suicide Life Span Losses and Aging Violence and War The Holocaust and Genocide International Perspectives on Loss and Adaptation: The Case of Romania Adaptation and Therapeutic Approaches Perspectives on Personal Adjustment to Loss: An Integrative Commentary
Overview
Written by a key founder in the field of loss and trauma, this book takes a broad perspective. It reviews theory and research on a sampling of loss and trauma phenomena that include losses due to the death of close others, divorce and dissolution, losses due to disease processes and injuries, losses due to unemployment and homelessness, war and violence, and the Holocaust and genocide. The book also discusses relevant therapy approaches and emphasizes a story-telling approach to coping with major loss. Focusing on many of the most challenging types of human loss and trauma, the book contains scores of stories of people confronting stress and of the courage displayed by so many in the face of profound loss in their personal lives. READERSHIPSProfessionals (including counsellors and grief therapists), teachers and the general reader. CONTENTS Introduction to the Study of Loss and Trauma Loosing Loved Ones to Death Dissolution and Divorce Loss Due to Illness and Injury Unemployment and Homelessness Suicide Life Span Losses and Aging Violence and War The Holocaust and Genocide International Perspectives on Loss and Adaptation: The Case of Romania Adaptation and Therapeutic Approaches Perspectives on Personal Adjustment to Loss: An Integrative Commentary
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