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Introduction: Exploring the Landscape of Loss Establishing Theoretical Bearings Exploring Therapeutic Perspectives A Model for Understanding Grief - a Compass and a Map Exploring the Individual Territory of Loss - Mapping Grief The RRL Model and a Pluralistic Approach to Counselling Listening to Personal Grief Narratives Engaging with the Grief Narrative - Focus on Vulnerability Engaging with the Grief Narrative - Focus on Resilience Practitioner Perspectives - Maps, Journeys and Destinations
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.
This is a practical and valuable overview for working with grief. The concepts and approach allow for the breadth of human experience rather than following a formulaic linear pathway, and have the flexibility to be applied to a wide range of clients. -- Jo Griffin, Chartered Counselling Psychologist Linda Machin writes with clarity and relevance about the challenges of well informed decision making and effective practice in the field of bereavement support. She offers a wide ranging synthesis of theoretical and therapeutic developments and a strong research base. Practical case studies facilitate the wider use of the Range of Response to Loss model. This book will be of benefit to all with an interest in understanding loss and grief and improving the quality of bereavement support. -- Dame Barbara Monroe