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  1. Thank you for the insight. Could you reccomend a few books or articles to help me learn what I chould do clinicaly (outpatient) to help with grief work??

    1. One good resource is Tedeschi, Park, & Calhoun’s (1998) book: Posttraumatic Growth: Positive Changes in the Aftermath of Crisis.

      Another good resource is the chapter by Janoff-Bulman & McPherson, “The Impact of Trauma on Meaning: From Meaningless World to Meaningful Life” in Brewin’s (1997) book The
      Transformation of Meaning in Psychological Therapies.

      Hope these help!

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