2. The caring team.
3. Counselling skills.
4. Counselling for life–threatening illness.
5. Counselling the family before bereavement.
6. Counselling the family after bereavement.
7. Problems in counselling.
′ "Thoughtful and practical" is how the publisher describes this book by three authors who have made a massive contribution to the development of contemporary bereavement care. This is a fair assessment. This book is written in a straightforward language, with many case studies which provide practical illustrations of approaches, but it retains a sense of the complexity of human beings and attempts to set any presumptions offered within a framework of recognising diversity.′
Progress in Palliative Care.