A Systematic Review of the Literature on Complicated Grief
Complicated grief is grief that involves the presentation of certain grief-related symptoms at a time beyond what is considered adaptive. The 88 studies analysed in this review were selected because they were evidence based, published in an English-language peer-review journal between 1990 and 2005, and originated in a country with a comparative health system and social and cultural similarities to Australia.
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