Ambiguous Loss: Working with Families of the Missing

On September 12, I received a phone call from New York from a former student whose husband, president of a large labor union, was seeking help for union members and their families who were traumatized by the collapse of the towers so near their own building. With the aid of Minnesota and New York colleagues, I have been working with families of the missing as well as training New York therapists about ambiguous loss (see Boss, 1999).

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