Product Description & Reviews
Lorraine works with Rhiannon, a 25-year-old woman whose father passed away 6 months ago. Rhiannon describes, in vivid detail, her free-spirited dad who raised her and her sister as a single parent. In his final years, roles were reversed, and Rhiannon took care of her father as he died a slow and difficult death. Rhiannon comes to the session still in grief over her father s death, and looking for ways to be more at peace. Traditional approaches in the field of death and bereavement focus on moving on and letting go of the memories of our deceased loved ones. Often, this approach overemphasizes the finality of death and disconnects grieving clients from important relationships in their lives. Lorraine's work represents a departure from conventional ways in which death and grief are thought of. Re-membering practices are a narrative approach to grief psychology that emphasize the ongoing story of relationship. Drawing on practices of story telling, narrative legacy and rituals, the goal is to keep relationships alive long after death
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|Package Weight:||0.18 pounds|
|Package Size:||5.42 x 0.58 x 0.58 inches|
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