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Attachment-Focused Interventions for Grief

Discover how Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy promotes growth & resilience

Leanne Campbell, PhD

Dr. Leanne Campbell shares how Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy helps clients shift into a state of emotional balance that allows them to process their grief, relieve emotional pain and find meaning in their lives again from their very first session.

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10 of the Best Books to Gift This Holiday Season

Explore hand-selected favorites from PESI Publishing

PESI Team

Looking for the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list? Look no further! From workbooks to card decks to journals, PESI Publishing has a variety of titles that are sure to please. Give the gift of self growth with 10 of our favorite titles.

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When the Unthinkable Happens

5 Strategies to Help Children Work Through Tragedy and Traumatic Grief

Andrea Dorn, MSW, LISW-CP

In the wake of recent tragedies that have directly impacted children, PESI author Andrea Dorn, MSW, LISW-CP, shares strategies for clinicians and caregivers to mindfully approach and work through this difficult topic with children.

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Addressing Grief-Related Anxiety

Strategies for Normalizing Grief & Fostering Growth

Claire Bidwell Smith, LCPC

For many grieving clients, working through anxiety will be a significant part of their path towards healing. Discover the first steps you can take to help clients manage their anxiety and process their grief on a deeper level.

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Working with Suicide Loss Survivors

4 Strategies for Post-Traumatic Growth

Rita Schulte, LPC

Losing a loved one to suicide leaves survivors with overwhelming feelings of guilt and shame, as well as an intense struggle to make sense of what happened. Licensed counselor Rita Schulte provides strategies that can be used to foster post-traumatic growth when working with clients who have lost a loved one to suicide.

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Finding Your Rainbow

Redefining Fertility and Regaining Control After Pregnancy Loss

Sunita Osborn, PsyD, MA

Although pregnancy loss often takes away our sense of agency and control, we can use our values as a compass to find our own unique rainbow and live a fertile life.

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Mourning Together, but Differently

Healing Your Relationship After Pregnancy Loss

Sunita Osborn, PsyD, MA

When you’re consumed by the grief and trauma associated with pregnancy loss, it can be difficult to understand what your partner is going through—particularly if their experience of the loss differs widely from your own. But by taking a step back to consider their perspective and their experience, it is possible to develop greater compassion and find connection in the relationship again.

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10 Things Your Clients Can Do Right Now to Help with Grief

David Kessler reveals small steps clients can take to lessen their suffering.

David Kessler

Discover 10 small, simple things grieving clients can do right now to get “unstuck” from the suffering of loss.

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Trauma changes more than the mind

Leslie Korn, PhD, MPH, LMHC, reveals how mental health conditions contribute to memory loss, dementia and diabetes

Leslie Korn, Ph.D., MPH, LMHC

Discover why combining your mental health knowledge with the latest research in integrative approaches and nutrition can build rapport with clients and enhance clinical outcomes help.

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How Loss at the Time of Menopause Can Masquerade as Depression

Distinguishing between “depressing” life changes and depression

Margaret Wehrenberg, PsyD

Natural life changes such as menopause can make our clients feel depressed. But it is NOT the same as clinical depression. Here's how to tell the difference.

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