Grief Experiences of an African-American Child after Sudden Death: A Retrospective Analysis
Grief Experiences of an African-American Child after Sudden Death: A Retrospective Analysis Douglas E. Lewis, Jr. M.Ed. Candidate ‘13 Lynchburg CollegeResearch Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Farnsworth, PhD, LPC
REVIEW OF LITERATURE• GRIEF SYMPTOMS• INFLUENCE OF GRIEF• AFRICAN-AMERICANS & GRIEF
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