Beyond decathexis: Toward a new psychoanalytic understanding and treatment of mourning.

@inproceedings{Hagman2001BeyondDT,
  title={Beyond decathexis: Toward a new psychoanalytic understanding and treatment of mourning.},
  author={G. Hagman},
  year={2001}
}
  • G. Hagman
  • Published 2001
  • Psychology
  • 93 Citations
    A New Mourning: Synthesizing an Interactive Model of Adaptive Grieving Dynamics
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    Ambivalence in grief therapy: The interplay between change and self-stability
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    TASKS OF MOURNING AND THE TRANSTHEORETICAL MODEL OF CHANGE: IMPLICATIONS FOR GRIEF THERAPY

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