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Why My Child?: A Clinical Guide for Helping Parents Survive the Sudden Death of a Child | [Stephanie A. Carson]

Why My Child?: A Clinical Guide for Helping Parents Survive the Sudden Death of a Child

In addition to helping foster more appropriate clinical interventions and therapeutic support for bereaved parents, Why My Child? outlines more realistic expectations for coping with such a life-changing loss. While nothing can take away the pain of losing a child, there are ways of supporting bereaved parents to help make their pain more bearable.
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Publisher's Summary

No parent can ever prepare for the death of a child...period.

When a child dies, a parent's world is shattered. There are no words, no explanations, no information that can ever make sense out of a child dying before a parent.

Why My Child? A Clinical Guide for Helping Parents Survive the Sudden Death of a Child provides clinicians, grief counselors, clergy, and other professionals or paraprofessionals a clearer understanding of the unique issues surrounding the parental loss of a child. In addition to helping foster more appropriate clinical interventions and therapeutic support for bereaved parents, Why My Child? outlines more realistic expectations for coping with such a life-changing loss. While nothing can take away the pain of losing a child, there are ways of supporting bereaved parents to help make their pain more bearable.

©2009 Stephanie A. Carson; (P)2009 Tate

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