The Journey: Learning to Live with Violent Death

The Journey Learning to Live with Violent Death The Journey Learning to Live with Violent Death leads people through a healing process after losing a family member or friend in a violent death The workbook is written for individuals and facilitator

  • Title: The Journey: Learning to Live with Violent Death
  • Author: Connie Saindon
  • ISBN: 9780989691390
  • Page: 281
  • Format: ebook
  • The Journey Learning to Live with Violent Death leads people through a healing process after losing a family member or friend in a violent death The workbook is written for individuals and facilitators of grief support groups It is based on the Restorative Retelling model developed by Dr Edward K Rynearson The workbook encourages readers to write about their experi The Journey Learning to Live with Violent Death leads people through a healing process after losing a family member or friend in a violent death The workbook is written for individuals and facilitators of grief support groups It is based on the Restorative Retelling model developed by Dr Edward K Rynearson The workbook encourages readers to write about their experiences and guides their grieving and healing process.Nationally, there are about 50,000 violent deaths annually It is estimated that from that number, there are an additional ten to twelve people connected to the victim who are significantly impacted by this loss These numbers do not take into account returning soldiers and their families who have been impacted by violent death as well.This workbook is a resource for those who want to conduct a support group or who may wish to strengthen their ability to live with what has happened privately.__________What people are saying about The Journey workbook The Journey is a wonderful and worthwhile addition to the field of Violent Death Material The current amount of material in this field is quite sparse and The Journey will prove to be valuable for professionals working with this population and for the co victims as well The Journey is unique in that the material can be used both in groups and individually and therefore will serve a multitude of purposes heretofore not available Deborah Spungen, author of And I Don t Want to Live This Life and founder of Families of Murder Victims in PhiladelphiaConnie Saindon has brought the theoretical into the practical with this user friendly workbook for family and friends of those who have died traumatically In addition, therapists and support group leaders will find many helpful tools here Experiencing this workbook will help people move through their grieving journey with authenticity and eventually find themselves resilient Janice Harris Lord, author of No Time for Goodbyes Coping with Sorrow, Anger, and Injustice After a Tragic Deathand former Director of Victim Services ofMothers Against Drunk Driving MADD The Journey Workbook is a much needed and useful aid for adult survivors of violent death Thoughtfully written, it respects the individual grieving process that each person goes through after having a loved one violently killed and offers specific tools to help calm the mind and body Alison Salloum, PhD, LCSW, University of South Florida,College of Behavioral and Community Sciences

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