Grace: A Model For Grieving

by Kay Towns

Grace: A Model For Grieving

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Created by a licensed professional counselor, GRACE: A Model for Grieving fills in the gaps of current grief models which have their limitations due to a lack of inclusion for spirituality, situational factors, cultural variables and other factors. This book analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the prevailing model of CBT to offer a new framework that supports individual beliefs, goals and sense of purpose in the grieving process. The book hand-holds readers through this new model by features these 5 steps for healing: 1 - Grief redefined, 2 - Re-story the loss narrative, 3 - Adopt healthy ways to grieve, 4 - Connect with self and others, 5 - Engage in new normal. Key to the GRACE model is the individualisation of the grieving process allowing for inclusion of one's spirituality as well as supporting gender and cultural differences. People everywhere are reeling from a myriad of primary and secondary losses resulting from these difficult times. The individual and communal losses
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Created by a licensed professional counselor, GRACE: A Model for Grieving fills in the gaps of current grief models which have their limitations due to a lack of inclusion for spirituality, situational factors, cultural variables and other factors. This book analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the prevailing model of CBT to offer a new framework that supports individual beliefs, goals and sense of purpose in the grieving process. The book hand-holds readers through this new model by features these 5 steps for healing: 1 - Grief redefined, 2 - Re-story the loss narrative, 3 - Adopt healthy ways to grieve, 4 - Connect with self and others, 5 - Engage in new normal. Key to the GRACE model is the individualisation of the grieving process allowing for inclusion of one's spirituality as well as supporting gender and cultural differences. People everywhere are reeling from a myriad of primary and secondary losses resulting from these difficult times. The individual and communal losses