Contributors. Editorial Note. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part I: Conceptual and Empirical Foundations. Conceptualizing Death and Trauma: A Preliminary Endeavor. Empirical Perspectives on Contextualizing Death and Trauma. Factors Associated with Effective Loss Accommodation. Intersections of Grief and Trauma: Family Members' Reactions to Homicide. Duty-Related Deaths and Police Spouse Survivors: Group Support Effects. Repression, Self-Deception, and Other Strategies for Helping the Bereaved Accommodate to Loss. Part II: Applications. Bereavement after Homicide: Its Assessment and Treatment. The Treatment of PTSD through Grief Work and Forgiveness. Accelerated Traumatic Incident Reduction with EMDR. Death-Related Treatment Applications for the Elderly. Safety Reconnaissance for the Traumatized who Grieve. Name Index. Subject Index.