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Riassunto: When Tony discovered Judy had kept meticulous diaries and journals of the eight years preceding, during and after her husband Bob's death, he proposed the idea of writing a book together. For Tony, a clinical psychologist, Judy's candid letters, journal entries, stories and poems serve as an interesting case study of the process of grief recorded at the time it happened. His comments to her and the reader serve as a guide for all of us, for the one given in our lives is that unless we die young, we will all confront death over and over again before experiencing our own. In their book, Lessons from a Grief Diary, Judy and Tony will become your companions in the journey through grief and back. Connect to their blogs at grieflessons.wordpress.com and tonymoriarty.wordpress.com
L'autore: Judy Dykstra-Brown Judy Dykstra-Brown earned her master?s degree in creative writing and curriculum and instruction from the University of Wyoming in 1971. She taught English and Creative Writing for ten years in Australia, Ethiopia and Wyoming before moving to CA to study film production and to work for Bob Hope's television production company. During this period, she studied poetry at UCLA and in the Jack Grapes workshop before moving to Northern CA, where she studied papermaking and metalsmithing and exhibited her work at arts and crafts shows for nine years. She was also curator of the Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center for five years. In 2001, She moved to Mexico, where she has continued to publish her work in English language print and online magazines. Anthony Moriarty, Ph.D. Tony holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has been a Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 1978 and worked in private practice and a community mental health setting. His clinical specialties include grief management, adolescent suicide, school safety, street gangs, conflict resolution training, confrontation management and alternative models for managing student behavior. He is also a police psychologist and worked for many police and fire departments in suburban Chicago. In that role he was involved in hiring, promotion and post incident debriefing of officers. He has written two previous books and published over 35 articles in the professional literature.
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Descrizione libro Anthony Moriarty. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 1st edition. 276 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.69 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk0988736101