Disenfranchised Grief: Recognizing Hidden Sorrow
Kenneth J. Doka
Wiley, Aug 15, 1989 - Psychology - 347 pages
A rich and full exploration of the myriad of instances where a mourner is deprived of the catharsis shared grief brings. Provides numerous interventions designed to help patients recognize and explore their loss, and find meaningful and appropriate ways to resolve their grief.
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