Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy: A Handbook for the Mental Health Practitioner
"Praise for earlier editions: " "Worden ... has again provided mental health professionals with a superb guide describing specific principles and ... Show synopsis "Praise for earlier editions: " "Worden ... has again provided mental health professionals with a superb guide describing specific principles and procedures that may be helpful in working with bereaved clients undergoing normal or abnormal grief reactions .... an extremely practical book and an invaluable resource." --"Contemporary Psychology" "This book is the 'Bible' for those involved in the field of bereavement work...It is a straightforward, tightly focused, practical, soundly reasoned, compact working text." --William M. Lamers, Jr., MD., The Lamers Medical Group "If you had one book dealing with grief counseling available to you, this is the one you should select." --"Caregiver Quarterly" In this updated and revised fourth edition of his classic text, Dr. Worden presents his most recent thinking on bereavement drawn from extensive research, clinical work, and the best of the new literature. Besides addressing a number of new topics, the book includes the best vignettes from the first three editions to bring bereavement issues to life for students and practitioners.