Clergy are in a natural position to help people who experience a
variety of losses, including death, divorce, moves, and
develop-mental transitions. Historically, clergy have been involved
as supporters of the bereaved, yet many clergy say that their
educa-tion lacked substantive teachings in this area of caring.
This book is a response to this apparent need. While directed at
clergy, anyone involved in this area of caregiving will find the
contents of value.
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