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The Grieving Teen : A Guide for Teenagers and Their Friends Paperback – September 7, 2000
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From Library Journal
Although other excellent books have been published about grief in childhood, including Earl A. Grollman's Bereaved Children and Teens (LJ 8/95), in light of Columbine and other recent tragedies it seems appropriate for two new books to revisit this issue. The Grieving Teen is written specifically for teenagers. Fitzgerald, an expert in grief counseling and the author of The Mourning Handbook, communicates the issues clearly without oversimplifying or resorting to "teenspeak." Chapters consist of typical questions that young adults may have about grief, followed by a "What You Can Do" section. The topics covered include such contemporary issues as death from AIDS, posttraumatic stress disorder, and Internet support. Fitzgerald provides many real-life experiences and a true sensitivity to differing religious and cultural practices.
Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
Helen Fitzgerald is the author of The Mourning Handbook and The Grieving Child. She is the coordinator of the first grief program in the nation established in a community mental health center (The Mt. Vernon Center for Community Mental Health in Springfield, Virginia). A certified death educator, Fitzgerald lectures across the country on grief and loss. She lives in Fairfax, Virginia.
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Top Customer Reviews
Somewhat repetitious in format and content, but a good start
Wish there was more theory and framework, good for answering questions in class