Bereaved parents and their continuing bonds Love after death / [electronic resource] : Catherine Seigal.Publisher: Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9781784506414; 1784506419.Subject(s): FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / General | PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / General | PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Lifespan Development | PSYCHOLOGY / General | Children -- Death | Bereavement -- Psychological aspects | Death -- Psychological aspects | Love | Bereavement -- Psychological aspects | Children -- Death | Death -- Psychological aspects | LoveGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 155.9/37085 Online resources: Available full-text via EBSCOhost - Shibboleth login required
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Bereaved Parents and their Continuing Bonds: Love after Death by Catherine Seigal; Disclaimer; Introduction; Chapter 1. Establishing the bond through place, in a changed landscape; Chapter 2.Nurturing the bond through talking: the role of counselling; Chapter 3. Creating the bond when there has been so little time together; Chapter 4. How a group can strengthen the bond; Chapter 5. Beginning the transition: spiritual meanings and the continuing bond; Chapter 6. The place of ritual in maintaining and nourishing the bond; Chapter 7. Holding on to the bond when another child is born
Chapter 8. How brothers and sisters help parents strengthen the bondChapter 9. What might get in the way of parents being able to establish a continuing bond?; Chapter 10: Can the continuing bond be a source of new energy and strength?; Chapter 11. Working as a counsellor with bereaved parents; References; Resources; Blank Page
Catherine Seigal, a counsellor, shares the stories of bereaved parents and reflects on them to illustrate how they develop and nurture ongoing bonds with their child who has died. This book will be of interest and value to both bereaved parents and their families, and to those who work with them.