Ruth Malkinson, Ph.D., is a lecturer in social work at Tel Aviv University. She lives in Israel.
"[A] superb look into grief theory and treatment...innovative...pioneering...I highly recommend this text." -- Omega Journal of Death and Dying "[A]n impressive contribution to the theoretical understanding of and clinical interventions with patients facing the task of coming to terms with traumatic loss...[W]e, as therapists, can now, in this book, enjoy the fruits of Malkinson's long and rich experience with patients who lost their loved ones, [it] is a tribute to the author's inner strength, humanity, deep understanding, and above all real care for other human beings who in their pain and suffering form a mirror in which we can, will and must see ourselves as well." -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Book Reviews "Malkinson has made a good, and timely, contribution to the literature on this important issue." -- Bereavement Care