Cognitive Grief Therapy: Constructing A Rational Meaning To Life Following Loss

Hardcover | May 29, 2007

byRuth Malkinson

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In successful grief therapy, a healthy psyche copes with the stress of loss by maintaining high functioning in day-to-day life while constructing a positive inner relationship with the deceased. Ruth Malkinson shows professionals how to achieve these aims in the context of brief cognitive therapy with individuals, couples, and families.

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In successful grief therapy, a healthy psyche copes with the stress of loss by maintaining high functioning in day-to-day life while constructing a positive inner relationship with the deceased. Ruth Malkinson shows professionals how to achieve these aims in the context of brief cognitive therapy with individuals, couples, and families...

Ruth Malkinson, Ph.D., is a lecturer in social work at Tel Aviv University. She lives in Israel.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 9.75 × 6.7 × 1.25 inPublished:May 29, 2007Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0393704394

ISBN - 13:9780393704396

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[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 ReviewsMalkinson has made a good, and timely, contribution to the literature on this important issue. — Bereavement Care