Loss, grief, dying, death
by Bob Wright
The feelings and thoughts connected with loss, grief, dying and death have always concerned people. The questions raised by life and death, and attachments and loss, have resulted in countless books, poems and songs.
The author of this book is a specialist in crisis intervention. He has developed his experience in counselling and as a workshop facilitator over a number of years.
This book looks at all areas of loss and grief. It does not deal only with loss through death, although most people view this as the most significant loss. Care workers also spend a lot of time helping clients come to terms with other losses.
A person's inability to control loss causes feelings of helplessness and despair. It is essential that you, as a care worker, examine your own thoughts and feelings on these difficult issues in order to help others cope with them. This book confronts you with some of the more painful and difficult areas of life. If you are to be an effective care worker, it is important that you face up to these uncomfortable thoughts.
The Skills for Care Workbooks are self-directed study workbooks that will appeal to everyone with a health and social care interest. They can be used as stand-alone modules or part of an assessment, or as part of a more format training programme at a college or other institution. They have been designed to be very flexible.
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