New Therapist 90
The Grief Edition
Good Grief: A Contemporary Orientation to Bereavement Counseling
Robert A. Neimeyer with John Soderlund
A fate less than death: Supporting clients through non-death loss and grief
By Darcy Harris
Coming to grief: What you need to know about grief in DSM-5
By Phyllis Kosminsky
Getting grief working: A guide for the new grief therapist
By Dale Larson
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- The late Thomas Szasz, leading social critic of the moral and scientific foundations of psychiatry.
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- Lynn Hoffman, leading international family and postmodern therapy practitioner.
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- The late Albert Ellis
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- Robert Langs, author of 40 books on psychoanalysis