Recommended Reading

Books on Grief

⦁    A Grief Like No Other
A book from a Therapist who lost her son through homicide
By Kathleen O’ Hara

⦁    A Grief Observed 
By C.S Lewis. The author provides a personal account of grief and loss

⦁    Bearing the Unbearable 
By Joanne Caccitore. A sensitively written book of one therapist’s experience working with bereavement and trauma 

⦁    Beyond Grief :  Guide for recovering from the death of a loved one
By Carol Staudacher

⦁    Children Under Influence
By Michael Hardiman

⦁    Full Catastrophe Living
By Jon Kabat Zim

⦁   Grief Day by Day: Simple Practices and Daily Guidance 
By Jan Waner. This book offers daily reflections and practices that address day to day emotions when living with loss

⦁    Healing Grief
By Barbara Ward

⦁    Living After A Death
By Mary Paula Walsh

⦁    Living With Grief
By Tony Lake

⦁    Living With Loss
By Liz Mc Neil Taylor

⦁    Mom Can You Lend Me Twenty Quid
By Elisabeth Burton Philips

⦁    The Bereaved Parent
By Harriet Sarnoff Schiff

⦁    The Courage To Grieve : Creative living, recovery and growth through Grief
By Judy Tatelbaum

Professional Books

⦁    Homicide : The Hidden Victims-A resource for Professionals
By D. Spungen

⦁    On Death And Dying
By E. Kubler-Ross

⦁    Traumatic Stress:  From Theory to Practice
By John R. Freely

⦁    What To Do When The Police Leave :
A guide to the first days of traumatic loss
By Bill Jenkins

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