Disrupt Yourself-Master Relentless Change and Speed Up Your Learning

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Whitney Johnson

Format: Soft
Pages: 162

Many funeral service professionals are continually faced with the demand to provide aftercare options for grieving families or guidance for organizing grassroots, local grief support group. This book provides practical techniques for practitioners thinking about forming a bereavement group in their community, backed by solid, contemporary empirical studies. Deftly weaving together theory, research, and practice, this volume is a compendium of the latest practical thinking about bereavement support groups. Learn best practices that are supported by experienced bereavement group leaders and sound evidence, as well as which practices should possibly be discontinued.