Memories For Surviving Kids
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John James Russell Friedman
John W. James is the Founder, Russell P. Friedman is the Executive Director of The Grief Recovery Institute. The Institute, an internationally recognized authority, provides programs for The Compassionate Friends, The National SIDS Foundation, The National AIDS Network, The University of California at Irvine, Chapman University, and many others. John and Russell are co-authors of "The Grief Recovery Handbook" and "When Children Grieve".
45 years of helping people deal with unresolved grief, one of the most
poignant laments we hear repeatedly is: I wish I knew WHO my dad or mom
was. Memories For Surviving Kids is the greatest antidote for that
Alexandra Kennedy, MA is a psychotherapist in private practice since 1976 and author of Losing a Parent (HarperCollins, 1991) and The Infinite Thread: Healing Relationships Beyond Loss (Beyond Words, April 2001).
She lectures at universities, professional organizations, and major
conferences. Weaving together inspiring case histories, practical advice,
and experiential exercises, she provides a unique perspective to grieving
through her work with the imagination. Her website
wwww.alexandrakennedy.com offers strategies for grieving, tasks of
grieving, how to support those who are grieving, along with articles on the
loss of a parent and nurturing the inner relationship with a deceased loved
"This website offers a powerful process for
healing grief that I am well acquainted with. As an author, psychotherapist
and teacher I've experienced over and over the healing that can come out of
Alexandra Kennedy, author of Losing a Parent
and The Infinite Thread
Marilyn Heins is a pediatrician,
author, educator, mother, step-mother, and grandmother. She was the
vice dean and professor of pediatrics at the University of Arizona College
of Medicine. Currently she writes a weekly parenting column for the
Arizona Daily Star and her book, "ParenTips" was published by Development
Publications in 1999. Her website, ParentKidsRight.com, is popular with busy
parents. She lectures widely to groups of parents, teachers, and others who
work with children.
We are interested in providing a valuable and objective resource. If you are a professional counselor or alike, we would love to hear from you. Whether you have expert advice, or would like to provide your endorsement by being listed as a supporter, please email us.
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