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An exploration of Anxiety in the context of Long- Term Grief. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1903024
  • August 2008
  • 168 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

An exploration of Anxiety in the context of Long-Term
Grief explores the experience of
those who have lost a loved one, yet continue to
struggle with persistent symptomology (e.g., trauma
and anxiety). Recommendation for treatment are made
adding to the up and coming diagnosis of Complicated
Grief. Overlap of Complicated Grief and trauma
issues are addressed, as well as the factors
contributing to the persistent grief, such as
disorders of attachment. There is no empirically
validated treatments for Complicated Grief, yet
researchers are beginning to understand the risk
factors that contribute to Complicated Grief, as
well as the ability to discuss the up to date
research and what seems to work and where the
research needs to go from here. Those interested in
anxiety, attachment, grief, and trauma will benefit
from this document.

Paul DePompo.
Dr. DePompo is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing in
Newport Beach, California where he specializes in Complicated
Grief, Anxiety, and Trauma. In addition to his private practice,
Dr. DePompo provides trainings/workshops in Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy, and is an adjunct professor at Alliant and Argosy

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