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PI RESOURCES

GRIEF, LOSS OF THE ASSUMPTIVE WORLD

AND MEANING MAKING

Dr. Jill Harrington interviews

Dr. Robert A. Neimeyer,

Director of the Portland Institute

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Principles of Practice

What principles can guide your practice in the context of the current pandemic? 

In this special feature, we share the wisdom of a selection of PI faculty who offer insights and ideas relevant to counseling clients of all ages who are contending with complicated losses in the current climate. 

Just click the icon next to the Principle to download a tip sheet with full details, and check back for a growing list of contributions in the days to come.

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Assess for

Unfinished Business

Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD
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Maintain Optimal

Therapeutic Distance

Luis Botella, PhD
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Involve Children

and Teens in

Decision Making When

A Family Member

Is Dying

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Embrace the

Constancy of Change

Donna L. Schuurman, EdD, FT
Darcy L. Harris, PhD, FT
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Integrate the Torn Pieces in Art Therapy

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Respect

Psychological Defenses

Sharon Strouse, MA, ATR-BC, LCPAT
Simon Shimshon Rubin, PhD
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Develop Your

Death Competency

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Maintain Clear Social Mitigation Protocols for College Students

Maria Luisa de Luca, PhD,
Doris C. Vaughans, PhD,
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Assess

Non-Death Losses

Seek Secure Bases in Dealing with Loss

and Change

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Seek Calling

in A Time of Crisis

Jakob van Wielink, MA
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Enfranchise the Disenfranchised Grief

Carolyn Ng, PsyD, FT, MMSAC
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