Complicated Grief: Theory and Therapy

PAST TH59 (3)

Explores the nature of complicated grief, comparing it with the nature of normal grief and mourning. Topics like why people fail to grieve, the types of abnormal grief, the symptomology of complicated grief and different models of mourning will be discussed. We will also explore the different approaches and goals between counselling and therapy, coupled with their distinctive practical implementation. The course will incorporate research from both past and present experts in the field of thanantology and bereavement.
Course Code: PAST TH59 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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