The effects of self-help and psychotherapy intervention on child loss: the limits of recovery

Title

The effects of self-help and psychotherapy intervention on child loss: the limits of recovery

Creator

Videka-Sherman L; Lieberman M

Publisher

The American Journal Of Orthopsychiatry

Date

1985

Subject

Child; Female; Humans; Male; Grief; Social Adjustment; Self-Help Groups; Combined Modality Therapy; Non-U.S. Gov't; P.H.S.; Research Support; U.S. Gov't; Adaptation; Psychological; Parents/psychology; Intervention; Interventions; Adjustment Disorders/therapy; Psychotherapy/methods

Description

Results of a longitudinal study of the effects of bereaved parents' participation in a self-help group and in psychotherapy are presented. Active self-help group participants evidenced unique changes in attitudes about bereavement. Reasons for lack of differences in mental health, marital, and parental roles are discussed.

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Volume

1

Citation

Videka-Sherman L; Lieberman M, “The effects of self-help and psychotherapy intervention on child loss: the limits of recovery,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed October 22, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/12455.

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