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Pet Loss, Grief, and Therapeutic Interventions : Practitioners Navigating the Human-Animal Bond, Hardback Book

Pet Loss, Grief, and Therapeutic Interventions : Practitioners Navigating the Human-Animal Bond Hardback

Edited by Lori (Colorado State University, USA) Kogan, Phyllis Erdman

Part of the Explorations in Mental Health series

Description

This book recognizes and legitimizes the significance of pet and animal loss by exploring the various expressions of trauma and grief experienced by those who work with, live with, or own an animal or pet.

The chapters of Pet Loss, Grief, and Therapeutic Interventions weave together cutting-edge research with best practices and practical clinical advice for working with grieving clients.

Beginning with an overview of the human-animal bond, the book guides readers through the many facets of pet loss, including topics such as animal hospice and euthanasia, offering a comprehensive account of one of the field's most rapidly emerging areas.

Designed to help mental health professionals support clients coping with pet loss, the collection explores personal narratives, current theories, up-to-date research, and future directions.

This unique and comprehensive book will be of interest to students, clinicians, academicians, and researchers in the fields of counseling, psychology, and social work.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 342 pages, 7 Tables, black and white; 3 Illustrations, black and white
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Sociology: death & dying
  • ISBN: 9781138585577

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