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Working with Loss and Grief
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Exploring the Landscape of Loss Establishing Theoretical Bearings Establishing Therapeutic Bearings A New Model for Understanding Grief - A Compass and Map Exploring the Individual Territory of Loss - Mapping Grief Listening to Personal Grief Narratives Engaging with the Grief Narrative - Focus on Resilience Engaging with the Grief Narrative - Focus on Vulnerability Practitioner Perspectives - Maps, Journeys and Destinations

About the Author

Dr Linda Machin is a Visiting Research Fellow of Keele University, having been a Lecturer in Social Work and Counselling at Keele. She established a counselling service for the bereaved in North Staffordshire and continues to work as a researcher, a hospice counsellor and a freelance trainer.

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'I thoroughly recommend this book for practitioners. Linda Machin is a clear, well structured and well argued writer. The book is laid out in a very accessible way with bullet points, tables and diagrams. The aim of the book is to present the foundations for her theoretical approach to working with loss and grief, based on her practice and research. She intergrates a range of theoretical perspectives (psychodynamic approaches, attachment theory, narrative theory, Dual Process Model of grief, among others) useful to the development of this kind of work and her model to take this further'
Barbara Lalljee
The Quarterly Magazine of the Institute of Transactional Analysis

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