Item description for The Healing Journey Through Grief: Your Journal for Reflection and Recovery by Phil Rich & Rich...
A source of comfort and expert guidance Like a knowing and sympathetic companion, this unique journal is designed to help you work through the painful emotions, thoughts, and memories that surface when you have lost someone dear to you. Written by a professional counselor, this book supplies you with important information about grief and the grieving process. But, more importantly, it invokes the healing power of writing to provide you with a means for collecting your thoughts, sorting out your feelings, and taking an active part in your own recovery. Acclaim for The Healing Journey Through Grief . . . "A wonderful guide for the bereaved. This journal not only provides valuable information, but it also allows the griever to make his or her own way through the painful mourning process." --Catherine Sanders, PhD, Author of Grief: The Mourning After, Surviving Grief . . . and Learning to Live Again, and How to Survive the Loss of a Child Other books in the Healing Journey series include: The Healing Journey, 208 pp., Paper (0-471-24712-X) The Healing Journey for Couples, 288 pp., Paper (0-471-25470-3) The Healing Journey Through Divorce, 264 pp., Paper (0-471-29575-2)
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 7.41" Height: 0.77" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Jan 21, 1999
ISBN 0471295655 ISBN13 9780471295655
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More About Phil Rich & Rich
PHIL RICH, EdD, MSW, is an experienced psychotherapist who has been in practice for more than 20 years. He has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels and led professional workshops. He was born and raised in London, England, and now lives with his family in Amherst, Massachusetts.
LITA LINZER SCHWARTZ, PhD, ABPP (Forensic), is Distinguished Professor Emerita at the Pennsylvania State University. She has written, edited, or coauthored more than 15 books previously, including Painful Partings: Divorce and Its Aftermath (Wiley), Mid-Life Divorce Counseling, and The Dynamics of Divorce.
Phil Rich currently resides in stetson barre, in the state of Massachusetts. Phil Rich has an academic affiliation as follows - Stetson School, Barre, Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts Amherst, M.
Phil Rich has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Healing Journey Through Grief: Your Journal for Reflection and Recovery?
Wonderful, wonderful book May 7, 2008
I used this journal 7 years ago after losing my 31 year old brother. I have since recommended it to anyone I know who has suffered a loss. In addition to grief counseling, I think this was the single most effective tool for beginning to put my life back together. I still have the completed journal and go back from time to time and realize how far I have come. I would highly recommend this wonderful book!
Work your way through Grief Sep 7, 2007
This, obviously, is not a book to just read. It is indeed a workbook and everyone will go at their own pace. It is hard to give it a "book review" because it is a work in progress. Based on the amount I have already done and looking ahead I like the book, because it does have a lot of questions and "food for thought" to work through the pain of losing loved ones. Writing it out is the journaling process and gives one an opportunity to address issues we may not even have thought of. I would recommend this book, even though I thought it was a bit pricey.
The Healing Journey Through Grief: Your Journal for Reflection and Recovery Jan 29, 2007
it has helped me
Great Book Jun 9, 2002
Unlike the reader who found this book shallow, I found it really helpful in every way. Perhaps the shallowness was in the reader, not the book. I found this book really heped me to make sense of my experience with loss, and understand what I was going through. The lessons learned from the book - actually, what the book helped me learn about myself - have helped me grow and I continue to use and think about the things I've learned about myself and the loss of someone close to me. The book is as good as it gets when it comes to helping. Thanks to the author!
not very helpful to me Aug 30, 2000
This book was very shallow and not very helpful to me.