Grief recovery for teens : letting go of painful emotions with body-based practices
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|Summary, etc.:||The author outlines strategic approaches to managing the physical aspects of grief and loss, explaining how painful emotions affect the body and how to develop beneficial coping and healing skills.|
Coral Popowitz, MSW, LGSW, is executive director of Children&;s Grief Connection, and has established a private practice working with children and families for over twenty-five years. She has presented at regional, national, and international conferences on the subjects of trauma and grief.
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