Friday's Progress Notes - February 2013
Mental Health Information - Vol. 17 Issue 2
Published by athealth.com - http://www.athealth.com
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Supporting the Family after the Death of a Child
The death of a child of any age is extremely painful for parents.
2. VIRTUAL MENTOR
Bereavement is all too common but is seldom identified or accorded significance in explaining a patient's medical condition.
Children and Grief: Developmentally Speaking
Working with children requires an understanding of the complexities of childhood grief.
4. CURRENT PSYCHIATRY ONLINE
Recognizing and Treating Complicated Grief
Timing and severity of symptoms can help identify this distinct syndrome. (Complimentary registration required.)
Loss, Grief, and Bereavement in the Setting of Cancer
Loss, grief, and bereavement are a significant part of the cancer experience. (Complimentary registration required.)
6. DIALOGUES IN CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
Complicated Grief after Perinatal Loss
The loss of an infant through stillbirth, miscarriage, or neonatal death is recognized as a traumatic life event.
7. NATIONAL CHILD TRAUMATIC STRESS NETWORK
Traumatic Grief in Military Children
In childhood traumatic grief, children develop symptoms associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
8. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY CHILD STUDY CENTER
Caring for Kids after Trauma, Disaster and Death: A Guide for Parents and Professionals
Chapter 10 presents important considerations in understanding children's reactions to bereavement and loss.