Bereavement
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Bereavement following any loss is challenging. While there is increasingly more information about the process of mourning and the tasks that are intrinsic to recovery (Worden, 1982), there is also more documentation about the myriad of problems on emotional, physical, economic and social levels that are often secondary to the process, even when it is considered to be uncomplicated (Osterweis, Solomon, & Green, 1984).
Bereavement care
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Most people who have previous encounter (numerous or multiple encounter) with death for example having close friends and family members dying have a bit of experience and even tolerance towards death. These people are able to grief more comfortably and handle bereavement in an… Religion comes in handy as one of the historical events relating to grief and death…
Bereavement care
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RESILIENCE (Name of Institution) The Role of Ritual and Behavior in Bereavement Resilience refers to the ability of an individual to withstand and well cope with stress as well all other adversities in life (Bonanno, 2009). After devastating tragedies on life, individuals and communities are able to rebuild their life and cope with the situation as a way of rebuilding continuity.…
Loss and Bereavement
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Minority ethnic communities who are living in a foreign environment often tend to encounter issues of discrimination as well as oppression even at death and bereavement of a family member. Statistics indicate that discrimination which is being concentrated on racial and ethnic factors in England and Wales have more than doubled from about 4,000 in 1988 to over 8,000 incidents within five years.…
DEATH, DYING, & BEREAVEMENT
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A childs whole life is a dreamy and fairytale landscape where they live cooconed from the harsh realities of the world. It is when they are suddenly exposed to the harsh reality that the confusion… Infact children have an uncanny knack of imbibing more than we realise. They are tuned to picking up easily from what they hear and observe around them. It is just…
Bereavement Support Group
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Studies have shown one major factor in the outcome of efforts to be directly related to the mother’s age and most mothers have reported that the most support after leaving the… I have a husband and 2 other children (ages 8 & 6). Im shocked, I feel sad, lonely, and isolated, especially being away from my country and my family. Im struggling in my studies and…
Bereavement Across the Life Span
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At some point losing the taste for things around her/him, she becomes easily provoked. Distrusted by the absence of a loved one the preschooler becomes… In them usually grows the desire to take on their family roles. The result of the sudden death of the loved one is received as a shock. Consequently, this makes them full of thoughts about the future of…
Payroll Bereavement Leave Policy Memo
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The following writing example "Payroll Bereavement Leave Policy Memo" seeks to propose a particular set of rules and recommendations which determine a payroll bereavement leave policy for the employees. The assignment discusses several important aspects regarding the topic.… The policy should give a definite definition of what constitutes a family…
Bereavement responses to Alzheimer's disease
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Bereavement Responses to Alzheimer's disease Name Institution Bereavement Responses to Alzheimer's disease Introduction With the current aging population, researchers and other psychological thinkers have projected that, in the near future, the number of individuals and professionals dealing with Alzheimer’s diseases and other related dementia would be overwhelming.…
Bereavement & Aging According to Reality Theory
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Reality theory assumes that every individual has an “implicit theory of reality, which shapes the subjective meanings derived from his personal experiences” (Stroebe, Stroebe, and Hansson, 1999, p.112). Whereas the rational system examines events free from any emotional… The accessed memories trigger the individual’s vibes or feelings, which in turn motivate…
Implementing non-discriminatory service related to loss and bereavement
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It also seeks to meet the secular, religious, cultural and ethnic needs for the bereaved in a given community. The random selection… This paper intends to implement change in the bereavement process through instilling a counsellor in the ward. My clinical area ensures that services and resources are availed through education, health, voluntary sectors, and…
What makes a difference in bereavement and grief
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The essay aims to address a two-fold objective, to wit: (1) to reflect on the assigned reading; and (2) to identify and explain your understanding of three of the five principal variables in the text that appear to make a difference in the ways in which bereavement and grief are… C. A. Corr and D. A. Corr (2012, p. 244) identify five critical variables that…
The Perceived Role of God During Suicide Bereavement
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The article talks about bereaved families and their religious life after suicide of a family member. It touches on what some religions explain suicide and… It also seeks to find out the attributes that people or different religions hold toward God in relation to suicide (Mottram, 2011). The researchers came up with a number of Hypotheses. There first…
Possible Approaches in Counseling People Dealing With Bereavement
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The loss of a relative, close friend or even a pet can be a traumatic and stressful experience to people of all ages. But fact is that death is one of life's inevitable realities, more than two million people die in the United States each year. Although most are older, death occurs in all age groups.… Death is not a mystery to those who have died. The people…
Bereavement and 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers
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Bereavement and grief are common to everyone, yet grief is sometimes seen as a form of weakness and can often be misunderstood.Several models have been proposed that have brought more attention to the matter and have improved awareness of the need for sensitivity … These models have also illustrated the need for grief as part of the bereavement process. The…
The psychological effects of people with intellectual disabilities experiencing loss and bereavement
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Grief of bereavement in the intellectually disabled Grief of bereavement in the intellectually disabled Grief of bereavement in the intellectually disabled Introduction The plight of people with disabilities had always touched my heart whether physically or intellectually disabled.… This girl of 19 years and very dependent on her mother was not allowed to come…
Culture Awareness With End-of-Life Issues: Death, Dying, and Bereavement
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Most of them still practice their cultural beliefs. Some are influenced by their religious teachings. Most of them are Catholics. Many Gypsies in the US just like other minority groups face financial constraints and health issues (Timmins,… They also offer their support materially. They believe that such support helps family members to heal emotionally…
Adjustment from Bereavement using Grief Counselling with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Narrative Therapy
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The client, a 10-year-old female student, was referred by her mother after the latter noticed a change in her daughter’s behaviour after the sudden death of the child’ grandmother The client has become unhappy, down and tearful.… Total Session with Client The client attended 14 grief counselling sessions and 2 follow up sessions and after which have shown to…
Felix Longoria's Wake: Bereavement, Racism and the Rise of Mexican American Activism by Patrick Carroll
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The Story of Felix Longoria that Changed the History Patrick Carroll’s book reflects one of the most significant episodes in the history of Texas. Carroll depicts the dawn of Mexican Americans’ open struggle for their rights. Admittedly, being a multinational country the United States faced many issues concerning ethnicity.… More so, Carroll illustrates one of…
A Psychological Perspective ,,,,Study plan 7
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This paper aims to respond the concept of grief and bereavement studied in the course. This response has been backed up by theoretical… A number of models have been designed to evaluate these objective situations. The most commonly applicable model is Kubler-Ross model. As per the model, an individual goes through a number of psychological states during grief…
Trauma experience
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The bereaved child is more likely to have a stressful development as one grows up. In most cases, the loss of a parent due to an unexplainable accident is fatal since the child will… The bereaved adult will also have poor communication and social skills, especially when dealing with his peers. Moreover, the young adult may lack motivation for academic and…
Coping, Stressor Anticipation and Endurance
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This entire process depends on various factors such as intensity of patient suffering in various stages of illness, the person’s cultural and religious… ctions can include anger, guilt, anxiety, sadness, or despair; physical reactions like sleeping problems, change in appetite, health issues can occur. Disturbances in social aspects may be in the form of…
Prenatal stress and risk of febrile seizures in children: a nationwide longitudinal study in Denmark
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Purpose The study examined the association between prenatal stress due to bereavement and the resultant risk of febrile seizures in young children. The study hypothesized that those mothers who were exposed to unexpected death within the family, especially those involving children, were more prone to prenatal stress.… Those children who were not exposed to…
Research paper
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The practices and beliefs of Muslim citizens from Israel stem have cultural-religious view organizing private and public loss and… Distinctions, in this case, involve relevance to the analysis of responses to loss by the Israeli Muslims. The introduction to adverse Islamic death and loss attitudes, various basic elements in terms of response to death and…
Egan's integrative approach to counselling
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In the organizational environment, the application of Egan’s model has to be based on specific criteria and terms. In this context, it has been supported by Smith et al. (2002, 197) that “organizations currently operate with a facade of rationality, ignoring emotional reality while the leverage for such change lies in working at team/group level meetings, changing the quality of interactions to enhance authenticity and create emotional openness” (Smith et al., 2002, 197). …
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