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Letting Go (New Library Of Pastoral Care Series)

Ian Ainsworth-SmithPeter Speck

Letting Go (New Library Of Pastoral Care Series)

Ian Ainsworth-SmithPeter Speck

$20.99

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Brings the reader up to date with modern working patterns between the caring professions.

- Publisher A new edition of this influential book which has established a central place within pastoral literature. The authors, both experienced hospital chaplains, describe compellingly the process of grief which precedes and follows death. They show how both the dying and bereaved need to 'let go' of those they love. They touch on the death of a baby, an adolescent, an elderly person, sudden death, the death of a marriage partner, and reactions of people facing their own death. The new edition brings their findings up to date, and is sensitive to the multi-professional approach to care which is now common. Throughout, grief is seen as something which can be an opportunity for human and spiritual growth.

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Brings the reader up to date with modern working patterns between the caring professions.
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A new edition of this influential book which has established a central place within pastoral literature. The authors, both experienced hospital chaplains, describe compellingly the process of grief which precedes and follows death. They show how both the dying and bereaved need to 'let go' of those they love. They touch on the death of a baby, an adolescent, an elderly person, sudden death, the death of a marriage partner, and reactions of people facing their own death. The new edition brings their findings up to date, and is sensitive to the multi-professional approach to care which is now common. Throughout, grief is seen as something which can be an opportunity for human and spiritual growth.
- Publisher

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Ian Ainsworth-Smith

Ainsworth-Smith-Chaplain & Hon. Senior Lecturer at St. George's Hospital, London A

Peter Speck

Reverend Prebendary Peter Speck has been a member of a Research Ethics Committee and co-chair of Clinical Ethics Group. He was previously on the editorial board of 'Palliative Medicine' and 'Guidance on Supportive Care in Palliative Care within the UK' (NICE).ý A

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