Languages of Loss: A therapeutic investigation of the grieving self

After the sudden death of her husband, psychotherapist Sasha Bates navigates her way between the analytical head and the broken heart

12th April, 2020
Languages of Loss: A therapeutic investigation of the grieving self
Psychotherapist Sasha Bates navigates her way between the analytical head and the broken heart

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Languages of Loss

By Sasha Bates

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