Bereavement, Grief and Mourning and Gestalt Therapy Bibliography

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Bereavement, Grief and Mourning and Gestalt Therapy Bibliography

Attachment Theory Bowlby, John, M.D., (1982), Attachment, NY, Basic Books. (Attachment and Loss, Volume I, Second Edition) Bowlby, John, M.D. (1973), Separation: Anxiety and Anger, NY, Basic Books. (Attachment and Loss, Volume II). Bowlby, John, M.D. (1980), Loss: Sadness and Depression, NY, Basic Books. (Attachment and Loss, Volume III) Goldberg, Susan, Muir, Roy, & Kerr, John, eds. (2000), Attachment Theory: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives, Hillsdale, NJ, The Analytic Press. Harris, Neil (1996), Attachment Theory: Some Implications for Gestalt Therapy, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 103-112. Hazen, Cindy, and Shaver, Phillip R. (1992), Broken Attachments: Relationship Loss from the Perspective of Attachment Theory, Ch. 5 in Terri L. Orbuch, ed., Close Relationship Loss, New York, Springer-Verlag. Jacobs, Selby, et al. (1987-88), Attachment Theory and Multiple Dimensions of Grief, OMEGA, Vol. 18(1), pp. 41-52. Klass, Dennis (1987-88), John Bowlby's Model of Grief and the Problem of Identification, OMEGA, Vol. 18(1), pp. 13-32. Sable, Pat (1991), Attachment, Loss of Spouse, and Grief in Elderly Adults, OMEGA, Vol. 23 (2) 129-142. Siegel, Daniel J. (1999), Attachment, Ch. 3 in The Developing Mind: How Relationships and the Brain Interact to Shape Who We Are, New York, and London, The Guilford Press. Vaillant, George E. (1985), Loss as a Metaphor for Attachment, The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 59-67.

2 Children’s Books on Life-Threatening Illness, Death and Dying, Grief Alexander, Sue (1983), Nadia the Willful, NY, Pantheon Books. (the problem of not speaking about a person who has died) Brown, Margaret Wise (1979), The Dead Bird, NY, Yearling Books. (preschool - simple concrete explanation of what it means to be dead) Buscaglia, Leo (1982), The Fall of Freddie the Leaf, NY, Henry Holt & Co. (the changes of the life cycle, ending in death) Gerstein, Mordicai (1994), The Shadow of a Flying Bird, NY, Hyperion Books. (the difficulty for God of calling Moses to his death) Goldblatt, Rob (2004), The Boy Who Didn’t Want to be Sad, Washington, DC, Magination Press (APA). (age 4+ to adult) Jordan, Mary Kate (1989), Losing Uncle Tim, Niles, IL, Albert Whitman & Co. (an AIDS death) Krementz, Jill (1988), How It Feels When a Parent Dies, NY, Random House. (children who lost a parent write about their experiences) Miles, Miska (1971), Annie and the Old One, Boston, Little, Brown & Co. (American Indian tale of a girl's difficulty in letting go of her grandmother) Murray, Gloria, and Jampolsky, Gerald G. (1982), Another Look at the Rainbow, Straight from the Siblings, Berkeley, CA, Celestial Arts. (written by and for children who have brothers or sisters who have a life-threatening illness or who have died) Paterson, Katherine (1977), Bridge to Terabithia, NY, Avon Camelo. (sudden accidental death of a friend in fifth grade) Romain, Trevor (1999), What On Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies? Minneapolis, MN, Free Spirit Publishing. (ages 4-8) Schweibert, Pat, and DeKlyen, Chuck (2005), Tear Soup: A Recipe for Healing After Loss, Portland, OR, Grief Watch. (8+ to adult) Stein, Sara Bonnett (1974), About Dying, An Open Family Book for Parents and Children Together, N.Y., Walker & Co. (text for children about deaths of a bird and "grandpa" with notes on the side for parents to understand what the children may be experiencing, suggestions for further explanation) Temes, Roberta (1992), The Empty Chair, A child’s guide through grief, Far Hills, NJ, New Horizons Press. (sibling loss, grades 1-6)

3 Thomas, Pat (2001), I Miss You: A First Look at Death, Happauge, NY, Barron’s Educational Series. (4+, very simple explanation of death) Viorst, Judith (1971), The Tenth Good Thing About Barney, Hartford, CT, Atheneum. (questions and feelings that death of a pet brings up-for young children) Viorst, Judith (1984), What Happened to You Happened to Me, American Cancer Society. (booklet for young people with cancer by young people with cancer) Cross-Cultural Perspective Ablon, J. (1971), Bereavement in a Samoan Community, British Journal of Medical Psychology, Vol. 44, pp. 329-337. Aries, Philippe (1974), Western Attitudes toward Death: From the Middle Ages to the Present, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press. Bowlby, John (1980), Mourning in Other Cultures, in Loss, Sadness and Depression, NY, Basic Books, pp.126-136. Brauer, Erich, Patai, Raphael, ed. (1993), Death and Burial, in The Jews of Kurdistan, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, pp. 190-203. Braun, Kathryn L., and Nichols, Rhea (1997), Death and Dying in Four Asian American Cultures: A Descriptive Study, Death Studies, 21:327-359. Brener, Anne (1993), Mourning & Mitzvah, A Guided Journal for Walking the Mourner's Path Through Grief to Healing, Woodstock, VT, Jewish Lights. Buckley, Jorunn (1981), The Mandaean Tabahata Masiqta (death mass ceremony), Numen, XXVII, 2, pp. 138-163. Carmichael, Elizabeth (1991), The Skeleton at the Feast: The Day of the Dead in Mexico, Austin, University of Texas Press. Coffin, Margaret M. (1976), Death in Early America, NY, Thomas Nelson Inc. Cutter, Rabbi William (1992), et al., The Jewish Mourner's Handbook, West Orange, NJ, Behrman House. Goodman, Ellen (1998), "Coming Soon: the One-Minute Mourner, Los Angeles Times, Metro Section, January 6, 1998. Gorer, Geoffrey (1967), Death, Grief, and Mourning, Garden City, NY, Doubleday Anchor.

4 Goss, Robert E., and Klass, Dennis (1997), Tibetan Buddhism and the Resolution of Grief: The Bardo-Thodol for the Dying and the Grieving, Death Studies, 21:377-395. Haney, C. Allen, et al. (1997), Spontaneous Memorialization: Violent Death and Emerging Mourning Ritual, OMEGA, Vol. 35(2), pp.159-171. Klass, Dennis (1996), Ancestor Worship in Japan: Dependence and the Resolution of Grief,” OMEGA, Vol. 33(4), pp. 279-302. Klass, Dennis, and Heath, Amy Olwen (1996-97), Grief and Abortion: Mizuko Kuyo, The Japanese Ritual Resolution, OMEGA, Vol. 34(1), pp. 1-14. Kolatch, Alfred J. (1993), The Jewish Mourner's Book of Why, Middle Village, NY, Jonathan David. Mandelbaum, David G. (1965), Social Uses of Funeral Rites, in Herman Feifel, ed., The Meaning of Death, NY, McGraw-Hill, pp. 189-217. Miller, S. I., & Schoenfeld, L. (1973), Grief in the Navajo: Psychodynamics and Culture, International Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol. 19, pp. 187-191. Mitford, Jessica (1963), The American Way of Death, NY, Simon and Schuster. Reimer, Jack, & Stampfer, Nathaniel, eds. (1991), So That Your Values Live On: Ethical Wills and How to Prepare Them, Woodstock, VT, Jewish Lights. Rinpoche, Sogyal (1993), The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, San Francisco, Harper Collins. Rosenblatt, Paul (1983), Bitter, Bitter Tears: Nineteenth Century Diarists and Twentieth Century Grief Theories, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press. Rosenblatt, Paul C., et al. (1972), Coping with Anger and Aggression in Mourning, OMEGA, Vol. 3(4), pp. 271-284. Rosenblatt, Paul C., et al. (1976), Grief and Mourning in Cross-Cultural Perspective, HRAF Press, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Somé, Malidoma Patrice (1993), Ritual, Power, Healing and Community: The African Teachings of the Dagara, New York, Penguin. Trelease, Murray L. (1975), Dying Among Alaskan Indians: A Matter of Choice, in Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, Death: The Final Stage of Growth, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall, pp. 33-37.

5 Wikan, U. (1988), Bereavement and Loss in Two Muslim Communities in Egypt and Bali Compared, Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 5, pp. 451-60. Death, Grief & Mourning Becker, Ernest (1973), The Denial of Death, New York, The Free Press. Boss, Pauline (1999), Ambiguous Loss: Learning to Live with Unresolved Grief, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press. Brice, Charles W. (1991), What Forever Means: An Empirical ExistentialPhenomenological Investigation of Maternal Mourning, Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, Vol. 22, No. 1, 16-38. Davidson, Joyce, & Doka, Kenneth (1999), Living with Grief: At Work, At School, At Worship, Washington, DC, Hospice Foundation of America, Levittown, PA, Brunner/Mazel. Doka, Kenneth J., ed. (1989), Disenfranchised Grief: Recognizing Hidden Sorrow, New York, Lexington Books. Doka, Kenneth J., ed. (1996), Living with Grief After Sudden Loss: Suicide, Homicide, Accident, Heart Attack, Stroke, Washington, DC, Hospice Foundation of America, Bristol, PA, Taylor & Francis. Feifel, Herman, ed. (1959), The Meaning of Death, New York, McGraw-Hill. Herman, Judith Lewis, M.D. (1992), Mourning Traumatic Loss, Trauma and Recovery, New York, Basic Books, pp. 188-195. Janoff-Bulman, Ronnie (1992), Shattered Assumptions: Towards a New Psychology of Trauma, New York, The Free Press. Kaminer, Hanna, & Lavie, Peretz (1993), Sleep and Dreams in Well-Adjusted and Less Adjusted Holocaust Survivors, Ch. 22 in M.S. Stroebe, W. Stroebe, and R.O. Hansson, eds., Handbook of Bereavement: Theory, Research and Intervention, New York, Cambridge University Press. Kauffman, Jeffrey (1993-94), Dissociative Functions in the Normal Mourning Process, OMEGA, Vol. 28(1), 31-38. Klass, Dennis, Silverman, Phyllis, and Nickman, Steven, eds. (1996), Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth (1969), On Death and Dying, New York, Macmillan.

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Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth (1975), Death: The Final Stage of Growth, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall. Levine, Stephen (1982), Who Dies, New York, Anchor Books. Levine, Stephen (1987), Healing Into Life and Death, New York, Anchor Books. Moss, Miriam, and Moss, Sidney (1989), Death of the Very Old, Ch. 19 in Kenneth J. Doka, Disenfranchised Grief, Recognizing Hidden Sorrow, New York, Lexington Books. Myers, Edward (1997), When Parents Die, A Guide for Adults, NY, Penguin Books. Nuland, Sherwin B. (1995), How We Die, New York, Vintage. (Physiological description of how we die from different diseases, conditions) Pollak, Otto (1980), The Shadow of Death over Aging, Annals of the American Academy of Political Science, Vol. 447, pp. 71-77. Rando, Therese A., ed. (2000), Clinical Dimensions of Anticipatory Mourning: Theory and Practice in Working with the Dying, Their Loved Ones, and Their Caregivers, Champaign, IL, Research Press. Robinson, Paul J., & Fleming, Stephen (1989), Differentiating Grief and Depression, The Hospice Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 77-88. Rosenblatt, Paul C., et al. (1972), Coping with Anger and Aggression in Mourning, OMEGA, Vol. 3(4), pp. 271-284. Rosenblatt, Paul C., and Karis, Terri (1993-94), Family Distancing Following a Fatal Farm Accident, OMEGA, Vol. 28(3) 183-200. Roos, Susan (2002), Chronic Sorrow: A Living Loss, New York, Brunner-Routledge. (Loss involving a living developmentally disabled, mentally ill, or handicapped child) Ross, Lawrence M., & Pollio, Howard R. (1991), Metaphors of Death: A Thematic Analysis of Personal Meanings, OMEGA, Vol. 23(4) 291-307. Rubin, Simon S. (1985), The Resolution of Bereavement: A Clinical Focus on the Relationship to the Deceased, Psychotherapy, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 231-235. Rubin, Simon S. (1993), The Death of a Child is Forever: The Life Course Impact of Child Loss, Ch. 19 in M.S. Stroebe, W. Stroebe, and R.O. Hansson, eds., Handbook of Bereavement: Theory, Research and Intervention, New York, Cambridge University Press. (Israeli parents who lost a son in a war)

7 Sanders, Catherine M. (1993), Risk Factors in Bereavement Outcome, Ch. 17 in M.S. Stroebe, W. Stroebe, and R.O. Hansson, eds., Handbook of Bereavement: Theory, Research and Intervention, New York, Cambridge University Press. Stroebe, M., Gergen, M.M., Gergen, K.J., & Stroebe, W. (1992), Broken Hearts or Broken Bonds: Love and Death in Historical Perspective, American Psychologist, Vol. 47, pp. 1205-1212. Stroebe, M., Gergen, M.M., Gergen, K.J., & Stroebe, W. (1993), Hearts and bonds: Resisting classification and closure, American Psychologist, Vol. 48, pp. 991-992. Stroebe, Margaret (1992-93), Coping with Bereavement: A Review of the Grief Work Hypothesis, OMEGA, Vol. 26(1), 19-42. Stroebe, M.S., Stroebe, W., and Hansson, R.O., eds. (1993), Handbook of Bereavement: Theory, Research and Intervention, New York, Cambridge University Press. Viorst, Judith (1998), Necessary Losses, New York, Fireside, Simon & Schuster. Worden, J. William (1991), Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy, New York, Springer, 2nd edition. Existential Issues, Existential Psychotherapy Frankl, Victor E. (1968), Man's Search for Meaning, NY, Washington Square Press. Janoff-Bulman, Ronnie (1992), Shattered Assumptions: Towards a New Psychology of Trauma, New York, The Free Press. Kushner, Harold S. (1981), When Bad Things Happen to Good People, New York, Schocken Books. Schwartzberg, Steven (1996), A Crisis of Meaning: How Gay Men are Making Sense of AIDS, New York, Oxford. Spinelli, Ernesto (2007), Practising Existential Psychotherapy: The Relational World, Los Angeles and London, Sage. Yalom, Irvin D. (1980), Existential Psychotherapy, NY, Basic Books.

8 Gays, AIDS, Multiple Loss Garfield, Charles (1995), Sometimes My Heart Goes Numb: Love and Caregiving in a Time of AIDS, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Klein, Sandra Jacoby (1997), Heavenly Hurts, Amityville, NY, Baywood Publ. (Multiple Loss - AIDS) Martin, John L., & Dean, Laura (1993), Bereavement following death from AIDS: Unique problems, reactions and special needs,” Ch. 21 in M.S. Stroebe, et al., Handbook of Bereavement: Theory, Research and Intervention, NY, Cambridge University Press. Monette, Paul (1988), Borrowed Time: An AIDS Memoir, New York, Harcourt Brace. Monette, Paul (1988), Love Alone: Eighteen Elegies for Rog, New York, St. Martin's Press. (AIDS Loss - Poetry) Monette, Paul (1994), Last Watch of the Night: Essays Too Personal and Otherwise, New York, Harcourt Brace. Nord, David (1996), Issues and Implications in the Counseling of Survivors of Multiple AIDS-Related Loss, Death Studies, 20:389-413. Richards, T. Anne, & Folkman, Susan (1997), Spiritual Aspects of Loss at the Time of a Partner's Death from AIDS, Death Studies, 21: 527-552. Rosen, Elliot J. (1989), Hospice Work with AIDS-Related Disenfranchised Grief, Ch. 26 in Kenneth J. Doka, Disenfranchised Grief: Recognizing Hidden Sorrow, New York, Lexington Books. Schwartzberg, Steven (1996), A Crisis of Meaning: How Gay Men are Making Sense of AIDS, New York, Oxford University Press. Shernoff, Michael, MSW, ed. (1997), Gay Widowers: Life After the Death of a Partner, New York, Haworth Press. Gender Issues Golden, Thomas R., LCSW (1996), Swallowed by a Snake: The Gift of the Masculine Side of Healing, Kensington, MD, Golden Healing Publ. Kottler, Jeffrey A. (1996), The Language of Tears, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. (Ch. 6 - Women and Tears, Ch. 7 - When Men Cry) Rosenblatt, Paul C. et al. (1976), Grief and Mourning in Cross-Cultural Perspective, HRAF Press, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

9 Staudacher, Carol (1991), Men & Grief, Oakland, CA, New Harbinger Publications. Gestalt Therapy Chwast, Robert (1983), The Death of One’s Therapist, The Gestalt Journal, Vol. VI, No. 2, 34-38. Clark, Ann (1982), Grief and Gestalt Therapy, The Gestalt Journal, Vol. V, No. 1. Corbeil, Janine (1983), Dying, Towards a More Humane Death, Gestalt Journal, Fall 1983, pp. 124-35. Evans, Ken (2000), Living with Dying, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 87-97. Gerunde, Harald, and Kampmann, Barbel (1996), Disease and Suffering - the Gestalt Approach as an Alternate to the Medical Model, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 84-91. Greenberg, Leslie, Rice, Laura N., and Elliot, Robert (1993), Facilitating Emotional Change, NY, The Guilford Press. Kepner, James I. (1993), Withdrawal, Assimilation and Body Process, Ch. 12 in Body Process, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Kepner, James I. (1995), Undoing, Redoing, and Mourning, Ch. 4 in Healing Tasks, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Korb, M.P., Gorrell, J., Van De Reit, V. (1989), Gestalt Therapy, Practice and Theory, NY, Pergamon Press. Latner, Joel (1986), The Gestalt Therapy Book, Highland, NY, The Gestalt Journal Press. Levitsky, Pat (1991), Book Review of Healing Pain: Attachment, Loss and Grief Therapy, by Nini Leick & Marianne Davidson Neilsen, London & NY, Tavistock/Routledge. British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 110-111. Mazur, Elena (1996), The Zeigarnik Effect and the Concept of Unfinished Business in Gestalt Therapy, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp.18-23. McLoed, Lee (1993), The Self in Gestalt Therapy, The British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 25-40. Melnick, Joseph and Nevis, Sonia (1997), Gestalt Diagnosis and DSM IV, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 97-106.

10 Perls, Frederick, Hefferline, Ralph F., and Goodman, Paul (1990), Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality, London, Souvenir Press. Polster, Erving (1995), A Population of Selves, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Polster, Erving & Miriam (1974), Gestalt Therapy Integrated, NY, Vintage Books. Roos, Susan (2001), Theory Development: Chronic Sorrow and the Gestalt Construct of Closure, Gestalt Review, 5(4), pp. 289-310. Roos, Susan (2002), Chronic Sorrow: A Living Loss, New York, Brunner-Routledge. Sabar, Stephanie (2000), Bereavement, Grief, and Mourning: A Gestalt Perspective, Gestalt Review, 4(2), pp. 152-168. Stevens, John O. (1971), Awareness: exploring, experimenting, experiencing, Moab, Utah. Tatelbaum, Judy (1980), The Courage to Grieve, NY, Harper & Row. Tatelbaum, Judy (1989), You Don’t Have to Suffer: A Handbook for Moving Beyond Crises, NY, Harper & Row. Tobin, Stephen (1971), Saying Goodbye, in John O. Stevens, (1975), gestalt is: a collection of articles about gestalt therapy and living, Moab, Utah, Real People Press, pp. 117-128. Van Dusen, Wilson (1975), Wu Wei, No Mind, and the Fertile Void, in John O. Stevens, gestalt is, Moab Utah, Real People Press. Van Praag, Daan, Interviewed by Malcolm Parlett (2004), Facing Death, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1, 30-37. Vázquez Bandin, Carmen (2012), Espérame en el cielo: The Process of Grief According to Gestalt Therapy, Gestalt Review, 16(2), pp. 126-144. Woldt, Ansel L., and Stein, Steven A. (1997), Gestalt Therapy with the Elderly, On the 'Coming of Age' and 'Completing Gestalts,’ Gestalt Review, 1(2), 163-184. Yontef, Gary (1993), Awareness, Dialogue & Process, Gouldsboro, ME, Gestalt Journal Press. Young, Vivien (2005), Gestalt Family Grief Therapy, GANZ Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1. Zinker, Joseph C. (1994), In Search of Good Form, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass.

11 Loss of a Parent as an Adult Child Converse, Linda J. (2001), She Loved Me, She Loved Me Not: Adult Parent Loss After a Conflicted Relationship, 1st Book Library. Donnelly, Katherine Fair (2001), Recovering from the Loss of a Parent, iUniverse. Myers, Edward (1986/1997), When Parents Die, New York, Penguin Books. Secunda, Victoria (2000), Losing Your Parents, Finding Your Self, New York, Hyperion. Personal Stories Caine, Lynn (1987), Widow, NY, Bantam Books. Converse, Linda J. (2001), She Loved Me, She Loved Me Not: Adult Parent Loss After a Conflicted Relationship, 1st Book Library. Didion, Joan (2007), The Year of Magical Thinking, NY, Vintage Books. Evans, Ken (2000), Living with Dying, British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 9, No. 2, 87-97. Gunther, John (1949), Death Be Not Proud, New York, Harper & Row. Kraus, Pesach (1988), Why Me? Coping with Grief, Loss & Change, NY, Bantam Books. Lewis, C. S. (1994), A Grief Observed, New York, HarperCollins. (loss of his wife) McCracken, Anne, and Semel, Mary (1998), A Broken Heart Still Beats: After Your Child Dies, Center City, MN, Hazelden. Monette, Paul (1988), Borrowed Time: An AIDS Memoir, New York, Harcourt Brace. Monette, Paul (1988), Love Alone, Eighteen Elegies for Rog, New York, St. Martin's Press. (AIDS - Poetry) Monette, Paul (1994), Last Watch of the Night: Essays Too Personal and Otherwise, New York, Harcourt Brace. (AIDS) Shernoff, Michael, (1997), Gay Widowers, Life After the Death of a Partner, New York, Haworth Press. Tittensor, John (1987), Year One: A Record, New York, Penguin. (a chronicle of the author’s first year of grief after the loss of his two young children in a fire)

12 Pets McElroy, Susan Chernak (1997), Animals as Teachers & Healers, New York, Ballantine. Sife, William, Ph.D. (1998), The Loss of a Pet, New York, Howell Book House. Stewart, C.S., et al. (1989), Disenfranchised Bereavement and the Loss of a Companion Animal, Ch. 14 in Kenneth Doka, Disenfranchised Grief, NY, Lexington Books. Psychoanalysis Averill, James R. (1968), Grief: Its Nature and Significance, Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 70, No. 6, pp. 721-748. Freud, Sigmund (1957), Mourning and Melancholia, in Rickman, John, M.D., ed., A General Selection from the Works of Sigmund Freud, N.Y., Doubleday. Lindemann, Erich, M.D. (1944), Symptomatology and Management of Acute Grief, The American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 101(2), pp. 141-148. Pollack, George H. (1961), Mourning and Adaptation, The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, Vol. 42, Parts 4-5, pp. 341-361. Rituals Irion, Paul E. (1999), Ritual Responses to Death, Ch. 12 in Joyce Davidson, & Kenneth J. Doka, Living with Grief: At Work, At School, At Worship, Washington, DC, Hospice Foundation of America, Levittown, PA, Brunner/Mazel. Mandelbaum, David G. (1965), Social Uses of Funeral Rites, in Herman Feifel, ed., The Meaning of Death, NY, McGraw-Hill, pp. 189-217. Rando, Therese A. (1985), Creating Therapeutic Rituals in the Psychotherapy of the Bereaved, Psychotherapy, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 236-240. Riemer, Jack, ed. (1995), Wrestling with the Angel: Jewish Insights on Death and Mourning, New York, Schocken Books. (Jewish Customs and Rituals) van der Hart, Otto (1983), Rituals in Psychotherapy, Transition and Continuity, New York, Irvington. Self-Help Ericsson, Stephanie (1993), Companion Through the Darkness: Inner Dialogues on Grief, New York, HarperCollins. Grollman, Earl A. (1995), Living When A Loved One Has Died, Boston, MA, Beacon Press

13 Hickman, Martha (1994), Healing After Loss, Daily Meditations for Working Through Grief, New York, Avon Books. Kushner, Rabbi Harold S. (1981), When Bad Things Happen to Good People, New York, Schocken Books. Longaker, Christine (1997), Facing Death and Finding Hope, A Guide to the Emotional and Spiritual Care of the Dying, New York, Doubleday. (Tibetan Buddhist philosophy) Tatelbaum, Judy (1980), The Courage to Grieve, NY, Harper & Row. (The author is a Gestalt therapist.) Tatelbaum, Judy (1989), You Don’t Have to Suffer: A Handbook for Moving Beyond Crises, NY, Harper & Row. Zunin, Leonard M., M.D., and Zunin, Hilary S. (1991), The Art of Condolence, New York, HarperCollins. Working with Children/Adolescents on Loss, Death, Bereavement, Grief and Mourning Buchsbaum, Betty C. (1996), Remembering a Parent Who Has Died: A Developmental Perspective, Ch. 7 in Dennis Klass, et al., Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Ellis, Richard R. (1989), Young Children: Disenfranchised Grievers, Ch. 18 in Kenneth J. Doka, Disenfranchised Grief, New York, Lexington Books. Grollman, Earl A., ed. (1995), Bereaved Children & Teens, A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals, Boston, Beacon Press. Grollman, Earl A., ed. (1967), Explaining Death to Children, Boston, Beacon Press. Grollman, Earl A. (1990), Talking About Death, A Dialogue between Parent and Child, Boston, Beacon Press. Hogan, Nancy, and DeSantis, Lydia (1996), Basic Constructs of a Theory of Adolescent Sibling Bereavement, Ch. 14 in Dennis Klass, et al., Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Huntley, Theresa (1991), Helping Children Grieve: When Someone They Love Dies,, Minneapolis, Augsburg. Jackson, Edgar N. (1965), Telling a Child About Death, N.Y., Hawthorn/Dutton.

14 LeShan, Eda (1988), Learning to Say Goodbye, When a Child's Parent Dies, NY, Avon. Nickman, Steven (1996), Retroactive Loss in Adopted Persons, Ch. 15 in Dennis Klass, et al., Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Normand, Claude L., et al. (1996), Bereaved Children's Changing Relationships with the Deceased, Ch. 6 in Dennis Klass, et al., Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Oaklander, Violet (1988), Windows to Our Children, Highland, NY, The Gestalt Journal Press. Oaklander, Violet (2007), Grief and Loss, Ch. 7 in Hidden Treasure: A Map to the Child’s Inner Self, London, Karnac Books. Sife, Wallace, Ph.D. (1998), Children and the Death of Their Pets, Ch. 12 in The Loss of a Pet, New York, Howell Book House. Silverman, Phyllis (1992), et al., Detachment Revisited: The Child's Reconstruction of a Dead Parent, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 62(4), pp. 494-503. Silverman, Phyllis and Nickman, Steven (1996), Children's Construction of Their Dead Parents, Ch. 5 in Dennis Klass, et al., Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Silverman, Phyllis, & Worden, J. William (1993), Children's Reactions to the Death of a Parent, Ch. 20 in M.S. Stroebe, et al., eds., Handbook of Bereavement: Theory, Research, and Intervention, New York, Cambridge University Press. Temes, Dr. Roberta (1991), Children and Grief, in Living with an Empty Chair, New York, Irvington. Tyson-Rawson, Kirsten (1996), Relationship and Heritage: Manifestations of Ongoing Attachment Following Father Death, Ch. 8 in Dennis Klass, et al., Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, Washington, DC, Taylor & Francis. Webb, Nancy Boyd (1993), Helping Bereaved Children, NY, Guilford Press. Worden, J. William (1996), Children & Grief, When a Parent Dies, NY, Ingram Books. ________________________________________________________________________ Last update: 12/13/12 Prepared by Stephanie Sabar, MSW, LCSW - 1999/2012 www.stephaniesabar.com

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