Mutual help for bereavement and other losses
Trim size in cm: 14x22
Publication date: 01/05/2016
Rights sold to: Ukraine
This book is written for those who wish to use mutual help in supporting people who are going through vulnerability and suffering (a sudden death, an accident, a suicide, or other types of separation, such as marital separation or an illness).
Based on the author’s decades of experience, the book offers tools and examples of activities for people-centred self/mutual help groups, in the knowledge that every bereavement is experienced subjectively and every griever must feel accepted, embraced and listened to.
Rich in practical examples, worksheets and tips for group activities, the book is useful both for professionals (psychologists, educators and ministers) who facilitate self/mutual help groups, and anyone who has experienced loss and wishes to undertake a path of healing and sharing together with other people suffering from similar distress.
- The phenomenon of mutual help: a huge planet
- Structured groups
- Open, continuing groups