The book looks closely at the pioneering legacy of the work of Kubler-Ross and discusses how professional understanding of dying and grief has progressed and developed. Readers will find a spirited discourse on the most current issues surrounding the questions of how how people grieve and how professionals can best support them.
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This book could serve as an ancillary text in death education classes and is a valuable resource for all professionals and students working in bereavement and end-of-life care. --Dale G. Larson , Death Studies (2013): Taking Stock: Past Contributions and Current Thinking on Death, Dying, and Grief, Death Studies, DOI: 10.1080/07481187.2013.837354
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