|Betsy N. Callahan, Utah State University
This work is a very practical guidea must-have reference for all social workers and other human service professionals who work with people who have experienced loss of a loved one. Grief Counseling is also excellent for working with schools or other institutions where people have lost a fellow co-worker or student. The book is packed with a wealth of up-to-date proven strategies and handouts for working with bereavement situations.
- Identifies effective leadership styles for working with grief groups
- Includes misconceptions about grief, stages of grief, normal symptoms, and ways to resolve grief
- Provides checklists, activities, and do's and don'ts of grief counseling
- Discusses how to help children with loss