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Grieving for the Sibling You Lost: A Teen's Guide to Coping with Grief and Finding Meaning After Loss
Goldblatt Hyatt, Erica, DSW | Foreword by Kenneth Doka, PhD
Instant Help / Softcover / 2015-09-01 / 1626252491
Death & Bereavement / Teen / Young Adult
price: $23.95 (may be subject to change)
200 pages
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If you've lost a sibling, you feel sad, confused, or even angry. For the first time, a psychotherapist specializing in teen and adolescent bereavement offers a compassionate guide to help you discover your unique coping style, deal with overwhelming emotions, and find constructive ways to manage this profound loss so you can move forward in a meaningful and healthy way.

Losing a loved one-at any age-is devastating. But if you're a teen who has lost a sibling, this loss can feel even more so. Siblings are also lifetime playmates, confidants, role models, and friends. After losing a brother or sister, you may feel like a part of yourself is missing. You may also feel lonely, depressed, and anxious. These are all normal reactions. But even though the pain feels unmanageable now, there are ways you can start to heal.

Gr ieving for the Sibling You Lost will help you understand your own unique coping style. You'll also find effective exercises based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help you work through negative thoughts, and learn the importance of creating meaning out of loss and suffering. Most importantly, you'll learn when and how to ask for help from parents, friends, or teachers.

If you've lost a sibling, the pain can feel unbearable, but there are ways you can start to heal. This book will show you how.

About the Author:

Erica Goldblatt Hyatt, DSW, is assistant professor and department chair of psychology at Bryn Athyn College. Over the course of her career, she has served as a hospital administrator, mental health clinician, academic advisor, family-informed trauma treatment therapist, and clinical oncology social worker to both adult and pediatric populations.

To contact Goldblatt Hyatt, you can reach her at Doctor.Erica@icloud.com, or find her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/doctorEricaGHyatt.

Foreword Author:

Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, is professor of gerontology at the Graduate School of The College of New Rochelle, and senior consultant to the Hospice Foundation of America. He is author of Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness and Death , Ethics and End-of-Life Care , and more.

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