Contributor biographical information for Handbook for those who grieve : what you should know and what you can do during times of loss : a resource for family, friends, ministers, caregivers, and colleagues / Martin M. Auz & Maureen Lyons Andrews.

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Martin M. Auz is an award-winning author and Minister of Care for the Parish of St. Joseph in Illinois. He began his studies in grief recovery in 1978 as an undergraduate at De Paul University and has conducted extensive research on the subject of organizational grief recovery. Personal events have focused his interests on sudden death of loved ones and long-term care of a terminally ill parent.
Maureen Lyons Andrews is a founder of her local parish's grief recovery program and a chief architect of bereavement programs in the southern suburbs of Chicago. She has conducted support sessions for bereaved families, mourners, and worked with the elderly on issues such as terminal illness and dying.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Bereavement -- Psychological aspects.
Death -- Psychological aspects.
Loss (Psychology)