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On bereavement and other forms of loss—and how we cope.
Vanessa Moore Ph.D.
A clinical psychologist reveals what worked for her when she sought treatment.
On the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, what can the bereaved tell us about managing sudden loss?
Are people in mental health professions better at dealing with their own personal problems? The answer is yes, and no.
When your world falls apart after losing a loved one, tiny signs can help soften the blow.
Why are some people more prone to feelings of shame, humiliation, or anger when faced with feelings of rejection? There are strategies to cope whether from a loss of a job promotion or a long-term relationship.
Vanessa Moore, Ph.D., has had a long career as a child clinical psychologist in the NHS, working in London and Southampton, UK. Now retired from clinical practice, she is the author of One Thousand Days and One Cup of Tea.