By John Saroyan

  OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst In Response Grief from the loss of a close family member triggers feelings that are common and recognizable to trained clinicians. A different, less familiar emotional reaction is experienced by families grieving the loss of an adolescent child through sudden loss. Though there are exceptional feelings for the loss of a child or sibling, working with a family struggling with sudden loss has unique characteristics and may not be managed as effectively as other forms of treatment for loss. Despite the . . .
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  OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst In Response Grief from the loss of a close family member triggers feelings that are common and recognizable to trained clinicians. A different, less familiar emotional reaction is experienced by families grieving the loss of an adolescent child through sudden loss. Though there are exceptional feelings for the loss of a child or sibling, working with a family struggling with sudden loss has unique characteristics and may not be managed as effectively as other forms of treatment for loss. Despite the . . .
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