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Henry Melissa
Professeur adjoint, dpartement d'oncologie
Hpital Gnral Juif, Universit McGill

MacKinnon, C.J., Smith, N.G., Henry, M., Milman, E., Berish, M., Korner, A., Copeland, L., Chochinov, H.M. & Cohen, S.R. (2014). Meaning-based group counseling for bereavement: Bridging theory with emerging trends in intervention research. Death Studies, 38(3), 137-144.

A growing body of scholarship has evaluated the usefulness of meaning-based theories in the context of bereavement counseling. Although scholars have discussed the application of meaning-based theories for individual practice, there is a lack of inquiry regarding its implications when conducting bereavement support groups. The objective of this article is to bridge meaning-based theories with bereavement group practice, leading to a novel intervention and laying the foundation for future efficacy studies. Building on recommendations specified in the literature, this article outlines the theoretical paradigms and structure of a short-term meaning-based group counseling intervention for uncomplicated bereavement.

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