Grief Unseen: Healing Pregnancy Loss through the Arts

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Author
Index
Alden, A. 137, 162–3
Amos, T. 87–8
Ascher, B.L. 137, 165, 169
Barry, D. 162
Bass, E. 174
Berman, M.R. 53–4
Berstein, J. 111–12
Bertman, S. 96
Beutel, M. 63
Biedermann, H. 129, 136
Blier, S.P. 135
Boegel, K. 151
Brody, J. 47
Brooks, G. 46
Burke, K.J. 15, 29
Cameron, J. 108, 116, 151
Cardin, N.B. 129, 141, 161
Cecil, R. 16, 69, 125, 132, 134, 154
Chadwick, W. 76, 83
Charlton, M. 158
Cherry, F. 16, 63, 168
Chicago, J. 76, 84
Christ, C.T. 133
Cooper, S.F. 84
Corbin, G.A. 70
De Pisan, C.
d’Harcourt, C. 128, 132, 135
Dick, L. 34, 86
Di Leo, G.M. 90
Doka, K. 57, 63
Domar, A. 32, 43, 105
Dreher, H. 32, 43, 105
Ealy, D. 116
Egan, M. 126, 128
Eggers, D. 174
Elinor, R. 135
Elliot, G. 84
Ellis, M.L. 100
Emery, G. 158
Fabre-Lewin, M. 97, 100
Fallaci, O. 86
Faulkner, A. 102
Fincher, S. 99–100, 156
Fontanel, B. 128, 132, 135
Friedman, R. 38, 47, 49, 50, 63, 85, 103
Fritsch, J. 86
Frost, R. 65
Gantt, L. 106, 107, 125, 126, 141, 145
Gatta, J.P.
Gibran, K. 150
Gilmore-Baldwin, M. 31, 123, 168
Gimbutas, M. 70
Gisbourne, M. 116
Glass, R.H. 52, 65
Gold, T. 39
Goldberg, N. 152
Gough, M. 50
Gradstein, B. 38, 47, 49, 50, 63, 85, 103
Hansen, D. 49, 89
Hartigan, P. 16–7, 32, 46, 51, 62, 139, 146–7, 168
Henley, A. 40, 49, 66, 109
Herling, C. 127
Herrera, H. 75
Hill, M.A. 103
Hogan, S. 59, 78
Ilse, S. 9–12, 86
Imber-Black, E. 66, 139
Inhorn, M. 132
Jacobson, J. 110
James, J.W. 16, 63, 168
Jess, D. 101
Jones, K.L.C. 62, 113–16, 142, 144, 169
Jones, R. 34
Kluger-Bell, K. 30, 34, 36, 44, 46, 48, 58, 65, 85, 101, 107–8, 145, 171
Kohn, I. 35, 38, 39, 45, 49, 55, 66, 131
Kohner, N. 40, 49, 66, 109
Kornfeld, J. 129
Kramer, A. 83
Kramer, E. 122
Kbler-Ross, E. 58
Lahiri, J. 64
Lallemand, S. 134
Lamb, J.M. 141
Layne, L.L. 139
Lorie, C. 169
Lysne, R.H. 142, 145, 167
Malchiodi, C. 17, 19, 95, 97, 99, 100, 139, 140, 143, 151
March, G. 74, 75
Martin, R. 122
Martin, T. 63
McCarthy, P. 36, 47
Minty, J. 46
Moffatt, A. 88
Moffitt, P.L. 35, 38, 39, 45, 49, 55, 66, 131
Neimeyer, R. 157
Neugebauer, R. 16, 32
Nin, A. 84
Olds, S. 34
Olson Binder, A. 157
Orenstein, P. 38, 125, 174
Otten, C. 85
Parton, D. 88
Pennebaker, J. 97
Peterson, P. 39, 42
Petrie, P. 15, 50, 162
Phalen, K. 16, 50, 143
Phillipp, R. 97
Plath, S. 85–6
Ponte, W. 136
Powning, B. 86, 168
Rich, N. 45, 64
Rivera, D. 74, 75
Roberts, J. 66, 139
Robinson, A. 146
Rockwood Lane, M. 19, 97, 109, 149
Rosci, M. 72
Rossiter, C. 108, 152
Rukeyser, M. 69
Rynearson, E. 100–1
Samuels, M. 19, 97, 109, 149
Savino, D. 73
Schmais, C. 126
Sexton, A. 85
Sha, J. 84, 126, 128, 131, 133–6, 139
Shakespeare, W. 83
Silverman, P. 58
Singer, K. 32, 158
Smiley, J. 35, 86
Smolowe, J. 39
Smyth, J. 97
Speert, E. 103–4, 159
Speraw S. 16
Sterling, S.F. 73
Strayed, C. 62
Sweeney, C. 89
Thesen, S. 45
Tobey, S.B. 70, 72, 73, 74
Tropper, J. 27, 35–6, 47
van Balen, F. 132
VanMeenen, K. 108, 152
van Praag, J. 117, 152, 169
Van Zandt, T. 88
White, L.M. 112, 141
White, N. 110–11
Williard, N. 36, 53
Williams, B.A. 90
Worden, J.W. 58, 61
Zinoman, J. 49
Zucker, R. 67, 68, 105, 107, 141

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Grief Unseen: Healing Pregnancy Loss through the Arts
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Foreword 9
  • Acknowledgments 13
  • Introduction- a Grief without a Shape 15
  • 1- My Story 21
  • 2- Losing a Dream 27
  • 3- Griefwork 57
  • 4- Singing the Silence 69
  • 5- Art in Therapy 95
  • 6- Art in the Studio 109
  • 7- Lost Traditions - Butter, Toads, and Miracles 125
  • 8- New Rituals - The Creative Response to Loss 139
  • 9- Creating Your Own Healing Practice through the Arts 149
  • 10- Creative Activities 155
  • Conclusion 173
  • References 175
  • Further Reading 181
  • Useful Organizations 183
  • Subject Index 187
  • Author Index 191
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