Gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle. 9781583919330: Gift of Tears 2019-02-02

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Gift of tears: a practical approach to loss and bereavement counselling by Lendrum, Susan, 1942

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

The clear and engaging text of the prefaces continues throughout, and it certainly lives up to its description on the cover as 'a practical approach to loss and bereavement in counselling and psychotherapy'. All in all, a very practical book. One final note concerning the book is how it mirrors in many ways the Cruse course material. Read on for the review and why I choose the book. Gift of Tears is intended for anyone who finds they have to cope, in the course of their daily lives, with the grief of others.

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Gift of Tears by Susan Lendrum and Gabrielle Syme

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Gift of Tears includes new research and examples of recent events to help illustrate the effects of loss. This is one of those books that both skilled practitioners and beginners will find helpful. It will prove invaluable to counsellors, therapists, mental health professionals and all those helping the bereaved. Further Skills Related to the Tasks of Mourning and Ending Counselling. A very readable book too.

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Gift of Tears by Susan Lendrum and Gabrielle Syme

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

It is an important book both for students and practitioners familiar with the old edition, as well as new readers. About the Author: Susan Lendrum and Gabrielle Syme work as psychotherapists, counsellors, supervisors, trainers and consultants to psychotherapy and counselling courses. Children's Grief: 'Gift of Tears'. Containing a strong practical element, the book guides the reader through the process of contemplating and eventually confronting their own relationship to loss. Chapters 10, 11 and 12 are very practical. The clear and engaging text of the prefaces continues throughout, and it certainly lives up to its description on the cover as 'a practical approach to loss and bereavement in counselling and psychotherapy'. Why did I choose this book? Whilst it does contain theory there is more application of that theory that pure theory alone.

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Gift of tears: a practical approach to loss and bereavement counselling by Lendrum, Susan, 1942

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

It is also useful to everyone in a persoanl sense - it will resonate with all our worlds as loss is experienced by us all. This seems borne out by the contents. Part 1: Loss and Nurture. Necessary Consultation for Complicated Grief. Whilst it does contain theory there is more application of that theory that pure theory alone.

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Review of of by Susan Lendrum and Gabrielle Syme

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

It looked like a book that would be useful in being with clients, rather than just one to increase my theoretical knowledge. One last note about the book is how it mirrors in many ways the Cruse course material. A very readable book too. Gift of Tears is intended for anyone who finds they have to cope, in the course of their daily lives, with the grief of others. This seems borne out by the contents. The several exercises in this chapter help to bring a great understanding of how the reader can become this kind of counsellor.

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Gift of tears: a practical approach to loss and bereavement counselling by Lendrum, Susan, 1942

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

Containing a strong practical element, the book guides the reader through the process of contemplating and eventually confronting their own relationship to loss. Initially wrote this review April 2009 of as part of the Cruse foundation course work. It will prove invaluable to counsellors, therapists, mental health professionals and all those helping the bereaved. It is an important book both for students and practitioners familiar with the old edition, as well as new readers. There is also a brief discussion of time-limited counselling. The skills, the way of being, in helping a client work through their grief for someone who has died are in many ways the same for helping a client work through a loss experienced by divorce, redundancy, loss of health and so forth. The Effect of External Circumstances and Internal Factors on the Experience of Bereavement.

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Gift of Tears: A Practical Approach to Loss and Bereavement in Counselling ...

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Gift of Tears includes new research and examples of recent events to help illustrate the effects of loss. However, where there is any, it is explained clearly. An insight mentioned in various places through the book, not previously considered by myself, is that the process of grieving for a person who has died is the same for other losses in life. The clear and engaging text of the prefaces continues throughout, and it certainly lives up to its description on the cover as 'a practical approach to loss and bereavement in counselling and psychotherapy'. The main aim of this book is to help carers to contemplate and then confront their own relationship to loss, the better to cope with the loss of others. They may be teachers, nurses, policemen and women, doctors, personnel officers, for example, or just neighbours and friends.

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Review of of by Susan Lendrum and Gabrielle Syme

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

It is also useful to everyone in a persoanl sense - it will resonate with all our worlds as loss is experienced by us all. The authors make no assumptions as to who the reader might be, and the straightforward language and updated research findings provide rich material for anyone lecturing, practicing or studying to work in pastoral care. For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books directly - customer service is our primary goal. The book in divided into five parts — Loss and nurture, Death as a particular form of loss, Working with the grieving, Anger and guilt, concluding with Professional implications. I would, therefore, recommend this book, to all who enrol on the Cruse foundation course.

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Gift of Tears : Susan Lendrum : 9781583919330

gift of tears lendrum susan syme gabrielle

There is also reference back to earlier chapters where a concept or scenario has been introduced. However, where there is any, it is explained clearly. Part 3: Working with the Grieving. It is not filled with jargon, just for the sake of it, as some counselling books appear to be. It looked like a book that would be useful in being with clients, not just one to increase my theoretical knowledge. Personal and Family Experiences of Loss.

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