What should you say---and not say---when you minister to people who've experienced hardship and loss? How can you lead them on the road to healing? In this practical, biblical guide, Wright explores the stages of grief; shares real-life dialogues from his own practice; and offers compassionate responses to help you guide counselees toward restoration. 224 pages, hardcover from Regal.
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Review 1 for Helping Those in Grief: A Guide to Help You Care for Others
Written for professional counselors
Date:March 9, 2012
I bought this book so I could help a friend with grief, but was disappointed. It is written for professional grief counselors, and not for the average layman. For example, one chapter is: "How to begin the initial session with a grieving person". I gave it 3 stars as I was able to glean some information as a layperson. But overall it was not helpful for my needs. I felt the title and description of the book did not emphasize that this book is written for grief counselors.