Posts in category Theory

Interview with Dr Linda Machin

We at BereavementUK are privileged to share with you an interview with Dr Linda Machin. Linda is a pioneer in bereavement theory in the 21st century, having devised the Adult Attitude to Grief scale and the Range of Response to Loss model, which has helped countless health care professionals understand grief better, and countless bereaved […]

The use of CBT in Bereavement Support

Recently, I undertook and graduated with a Diploma in CBT. I remember, on discussing with a colleague at work that I was considering the course, that she asked me, surprised, “but why would you want to do that Tania, you are so person centred”. “Exactly!”, I replied. During my initial counselling training in 2002, we were […]

Read: Interview with Robert Neimeyer by Tania

Read: Interview with Robert Neimeyer by Tania

Robert Neimeyer is one of the most well known and respected bereavement theorists in the 21st century.   Alex Says : I first met Robert Neimeyer (Bob) a few years ago at a conference. He spoke so clearly and descriptively about his experiences of working. He coloured his words and engaged everyone, as he told stories […]

Read:An introduction to theory relating to bereavement an...

An Introduction to Theory relating to Bereavement and Grief  Grief is a natural response to the death or loss of someone or something that we have valued, loved or connected with. I like to think that a persons response to grief is as unique as the relationship that they have had with the person that […]

Watch / Read:The Theorists John Bowlby

John Bowlby From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Edward John Mostyn Bowlby Born 26 February 1907 London Died 2 September 1990 (aged 83) Skye Spouse(s) Ursula Longstaff Children Richard Bowlby Parent(s) Anthony Alfred Bowlby, Mary Bridget Mostyn Edward John Mostyn Bowlby (/ˈboʊlbi/; 26 February 1907 – 2 September 1990) was a British psychologist,psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst, notable for […]

Read:The Theorists Alfred Adler

This article about Alfred Adler is taken from the Adler University   Alfred Adler 1870 – 1937 About Alfred Adler Alfred Adler was a physician, psychotherapist, and the founder of Adlerian psychology, sometimes called individual psychology. He is considered the first community psychologist, because his work pioneered attention to community life, prevention, and population health. Adlerian […]

Watch/Read:The Theorists Carl Gustav Jung

Watch/Read:The Theorists   Carl Gustav Jung

  Film Taken From You Tube Carl Gustav Jung Updated Sept. 23, 2009 NYT  By SARA CORBETT Carl Jung founded the field of analytical psychology and, along withSigmund Freud, was responsible for popularizing the idea that a person’s interior life merited not just attention but dedicated exploration – a notion that has since propelled tens […]

Watch/Read:The Theorists Elizebeth Kubler Ros...

Taken From NYT Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, 78, Dies; Psychiatrist Revolutionized Care of the Terminally Ill By HOLCOMB B. NOBLE Published: August 26, 2004 Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, the psychiatrist whose pioneering work with terminally ill patients helped to revolutionize attitudes toward the care of the dying, died Tuesday at her home in Scottsdale, Ariz. She was 78. […]