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Death and Chronic Illness in the Family
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Foreword Rober J. Noone Preface Acknowledgements About the Editors Contributors PART I: BOWEN THEORY PERSPECTIVES ON DEATH IN THE FAMILY 1. Family Reaction to Death Murray Bowen 2. Death and Differentiation in the Family Peter Titelman 3. A Historical Background for Bowen's Perspective on Death in the Family System Anne S. McKnight 4. Toward an Objective View of Mortality: Biology, History, and the Emotional System Stephanie J. Ferrera PART II: DEATH IN THE THERAPIST'S OWN FAMILY 5. Emotional Shock Wave and Differentiation of Self Sydney K. Reed 6. A Father's Early Death: A Family's Response Kent E. Webb 7. Mom's Committed Suicide: Now What? Anthony J. Wilgus 8. Death as a Catalyst for Reconstructing the Family Emotional System Catherine M. Rakow 9. Territorial Behavior: Inheritance, and Death in the Family Anonymous PART III: CHRONIC ILLNESS IN THE THERAPIST'S OWN FAMILY 10. A Systems View of Chronic Illness in a Spouse and Family Eileen B. Gottlieb 11. Unresolved Emotional Attachments in a Family with Chronic Illness and Death Selden Dunbar Illick 12. Alzheimer's Disease in the Family Peter Titelman 13. No Sympathy: A Response to a Physical Disability Susan W. Graefe PART IV: DEATH IN CLINICAL PRACTICE 14. Family Reaction to Death in Clinical Practice: An Approach Based on Bowen Theory Laura Havstad 15. Family Reaction to Death: Variation in Differentiation of Self Michael J. Sullivan 16. Emotional Process and the Management of Chronic Illness and Death David S. Hargrove and Elizabeth Grady 17. Death and AIDS: Families and Society Andrea Maloney Schara 18. A River of Silence: A Son Defines Himself in Relation to his Dying Father Kendall Baker Appendix I Appendix II

About the Author

Peter Titelman, PhD, maintains a private practice in Northampton, Massachusetts, specializing in Bowen family systems therapy. He is the founder of the Northampton Seminar on Bowen Theory and its Applications. Sydney K. Reed, MSW, is in private practice specializing in Bowen family systems therapy. She is the co-founder and senior faculty of the Center for Family Consultation in Evanston, Illinois.

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"Titelman and Reed use Bowen's chapter on death as the cornerstone of this thought-provoking and clinically enriching tribute to Bowen's work. They have drawn together a group of talented clinicians who present their application of Bowen's theory on death and chronic illness to their own families and numerous clinical endeavors. This book will serve as a valuable tool for students and seasoned clinicians alike."

-Philip J. Guerin, MD, Director, Center for Family Learning, Rye Brook, New York

"The inevibility of 'death and taxes' is well accepted, but chronic illness is rightfully added to this list. I commend Peter Titelman and Sydney Reed for the courage and skill to assemble a team to tackle two out of three. This is not an ivory tower exercise, but an inevitably personal one. The authors of the chapters have effectively interfaced the personal with the essential theoretical perspective. It is the proverbial good read."

-Michael Kerr, MD, Director, Bowen Theory Academy, Emeritus Director, Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, Washington, DC

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