Connecting with Grieving Clients
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) calls this book a “must-have” resource for veterinarians and staff members. Written by World by the Tail, Inc.’s Laurel Lagoni and veterinary grief counselor Dana Durrance, the book offers clinically proven strategies for dealing effectively with pet loss and euthanasia. Included are topics like delivering bad news, dealing with suicidal comments, and making referrals to mental health professionals, as well as staff training materials.
Softcover, 140 pages. 2nd Edition, AAHA Press
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