Dennis Klass Ph.D.
Affiliated with International Work Group in Death, Dying, and Bereavement. Klass is a renowned author, educator, and researcher specializing in the field of childhood bereavement and grief. With a background in developmental psychology, he has dedicated his career to understanding the experiences of children and families coping with loss. Dennis has written extensively on the topic of children’s grief and has authored several influential books, including “The Spiritual Lives of Bereaved Parents” and “Deadly Lessons: Understanding Lethal School Violence.” His research has focused on the psychological and emotional impact of loss on children, as well as effective interventions to support their healing process. Through his work, Dennis Klass has made significant contributions to the field of bereavement studies and has helped shape our understanding of grief in childhood.
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