This film covers the depth and complexity of loss as it pertains to grief and bereavement counseling. There are many dimensions to the experience of death and loss that varying theoretical/clinical approaches attempt to explain (i.e. attachment theory, diagnostic theories).
Dr. Lorraine Hedtke counsels a woman dealing with the recent loss of a close friend. Hedtke explores the relationship the two held and its possible effects on the future. Afterwards, Hedtke debriefs with colleague Dr. John Winslade.
Use the DSM Library to access the DSM-5-TR, as well as other psychiatry-focused books and journals. The DSM is a critical resource for clinical practice used by health professionals, social workers, and forensic and legal specialists to diagnose and classify mental disorders.
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